Watch Dogs 2 garnered a decent amount of praise when it launched late last year, but its arrival didn't really set the world alight. Although it's commonly considered to be a sequel that improves upon just about everything that its predecessor got right, it released in a crowded period and was unfortunately overlooked by many. As far as we know, though, sales have been ticking along nicely since then, and so it's no surprise to see Ubisoft continuing its support of the title.

The game's April update is its biggest ever, bringing a brand new competitive multiplayer mode, online racing, and a load of new gear. The No Compromises downloadable content also launches this month, offering up some fresh missions. Not a bad haul if you're still into the adventures of Marcus and his gang of hackers.

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