Watch: Ian plays 90 minutes of new Watch Dogs 2 Human Conditions DLC

Watch it live at 3:30pm, dogs.

The very first time I went hands-on with Watch Dogs 2, I expected to hate it. I'd been burnt by the first game, and the sequel trailers that I'd watched so far tried too hard, in my opinion, to capture a Hipster-ish vibe that just wasn't my cup of tea.

But, turns out, I was pleasantly surprised. A vibrant, colourful San Francisco replaced the boring grey skyline of the original, the missions this time round were far more imaginative and entertaining, and best of all, the characters weren't as annoying as I thought they'd be. Except for Wrench - he can do one.

Anyway, I played through the entire game start to finish, which is something I couldn't bring myself to do with the original. Since then, I've been looking forward to returning to Marcus' world of Hacktivism in post-release content.

So, for today's Tuesday stream, I'll be playing through 90 minutes of the brand new Watch Dogs 2 DLC, Human Conditions. The content apparently adds around 5 hours worth of gameplay to Watch Dogs 2, as well as a few other additions such as new enemy types and co-op modes.

Check out the stream below, which starts at 3:30pm.

Oh, and if you did enjoy the first Watch Dogs game, you'll be pleased to know Human Conditions also sees the return of Jordi Chin, which I'm sure will be nice for those of you who care.

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Ian Higton

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Ian is a video producer, keen streamer, virtual survivalist and retro connoisseur. He lives in the West Midlands with his ZX Spectrum collection and a troublesome cat.

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