15 Locations Watch Dogs 2 Could Be Potentially Set In

Beijing, San Francisco Bay Area, London and more.

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Technology has paved way for us to do even the unimaginable and it keeps pushing the degree of what we can achieve with it to a more ridiculous level with each passing day. All of our gaming recreation is owed to the ever evolving technology and Watch Dogs was in a way, an ode to that technology; highlighting the good of the technology that we have evolved, but mostly its flip side.

Choosing the city of Chicago as the playfield for the game was a very sound choice by the game developers. But there’s a multitude of other cities that have the potential of being the next hacker friendly premise of the second iteration of the game.

The following cities are at the cusp of technological advancements in variegated ways paving way for the perfect niches for the hacking stalwarts, not only in a game like Watch Dogs, but in all likelihood our realm too. Nonetheless, the following list showcases the best of the best that the world has to offer in the field of silicon advancements which have heralded the beginning of a relentlessly redefined computer age, in addition to being the possible locations for the next Watch Dogs game.

15. Beijing, China

Technology has paved way for us to do even the unimaginable and it keeps pushing the degree of what we can achieve with it to a more ridiculous level with each passing day. All of our gaming recreation is owed to the ever evolving technology and Watch Dogs was in a way, an ode to that technology; highlighting the good of the technology that we have evolved, but mostly its flip side. Choosing the city of Chicago as the playfield for the game was a very sound choice by the game developers. But there’s a multitude of other cities that have the potential of being the next hacker friendly premise of the second iteration of the game.    The following cities are at the cusp of technological advancements in variegated ways paving way for the perfect niches for the hacking stalwarts, not only in a game like Watch Dogs, but in all likelihood our realm too. Nonetheless, the following list showcases the best of the best that the world has to offer in the field of silicon advancements which have heralded the beginning of a relentlessly redefined computer age, in addition to being the possible locations for the next Watch Dogs game.     15. Beijing, China  The capital of the most populated countries of the world, Beijing is under the close scrutiny of the camera with heavy surveillance round the clock keeping a watchful eye on the citizens. A nexus of connectivity supplied by good networking and the best of technologies provides for a good basis for the next instalment of the Watch Dogs game.    14. Tel Aviv, Israel  This coastal city of Israel is more than just an aesthetically pleasing city to behold. The place has earned the nickname ‘Silicone Wadi’ which translates to Silicon Valley and is often considered only second in rank to its Californian counterpart.    13. Romania  Romania is noted for its internet usage; the people for their responsible use of the internet. Envisioning a little futuristic Romania with loads of innocent people being swindled by some hooded blokes seems more than just a fun prospect. Besides, it’s a beautiful place to commit such activities in.    12. Stockholm, Sweden  The city in the country from where Minecraft hails, with high speed internet connections and a well set interlinked networking of almost the entire city, with tech acceptance more than just widespread and computerisation of almost every sector, Stockholm is one of the top contenders for being the next Watch Dogs game’s locations.     11. Silicon Valley, USA   The IT hub of the US, abound with tech friendly people who have garnered the best of technological knowledge and implemented the same in the city, paving way for high speed internet, surveillance security, homeland for tech giants, Silicon Valley is the perfect location for a game like Watch Dogs to fiddle around on your cell phone in.    10. San Francisco Bay Area, USA  Another of the major IT hubs in the US, equipped with top notch computerisation services and management, supplemented by a widespread nexus of internet coverage and also home to many a tech biggies, San Francisco Bay Area is a readymade haven for hackers ,loitering about and doing their deeds.    9. Dubai, UAE  Housing the information technology stalwarts of the world, Dubai has a considerable repute among the world’s leading cities as one of the most advanced and richest cities of the world. Housing one of the best internet connectivity, the cities prospects to be the premise for the next Watch Dogs game is bolstered by the fact that the city is host to a widespread public transport network and widespread video surveillance. The riches of the city and its architectural brilliance just add to the reasons to feature it.   8. New York, USA  Apart from being the third  most populous of states in the US, New York city is the centre for avant garde events. This city is ever under the watchful eyes of surveillance cameras, both on streets and in the air. The city is also counted amongst the most technologically advanced cities of the world with state of the art computer networking and internet coverage. A solid contender for the next iteration of the Watch Dogs game if the US states haven’t induced ennui in the mind of the gamer yet.    7. Taipei, Taiwan   With the city being one of the first to adopt high speed internet connection in the early 2000s, and plans to increase the speeds to up to 1GBPS by the end of this year, this tech hog of a city is not to be taken lightly as it it smushes together the best of all the communications technology that the world boasts of. Ever growing, it provides a deviant and distinct setting with for a game.    6. Helsinki, Finland  Finland being home to Nokia is not the only point of interest, it is also the place where a broadband connection is a constitutional right. Helsinki is a city whose hubris has to be dealt with carefully. the city boasts of 100% internet coverage with a plethora of wi-fi hotspots strewn across. Its communications systems and traffic systems are something to reckon with too, both of which add to the appeal of the place featuring the next Watch Dogs game in the virtual world.    5. Singapore City, Singapore  Singapore City in itself may not be a hugely exyensive place, but it does not lack in keeping up with the technological stalwarts of the age. Challenging the best of world cities with a widespread surveillance network, intricate road mapping and state of the art water technology, the city presents more permutations to make a game engaging by utilising its top of the line tech innovations.    4. Yokohama, Japan  Yokohama is one of the big names in the tech cities of the day, with research centres for companies like Sony, JVC and Nissan. Add to that the fact the city utilises the best of video surveillance and a widespread computer network that is tightly linked across the whole of the city means that it provides for an almost perfect location for hacking shenanigans.    3. Tokyo, Japan  Another Japanese city that ever has had an outward look when it comes to using and inventing new technology, Japan boasts of one of the world’s fastest internet connections with the network spread throughout the cities and and hardly anyone who is deprived of the use of the internet. The city also takes pride in an extensive transport system that employs a superior transport network that necessitates the widespread use of networking and computers.     2. Hong Kong  Another of the cities that refuses to step back when it comes to technology, Hong Kong is dotted with skyscrapers and internet speeds in excess of 1 GBPS. With one of the best transport facilities, this financial hub of the region has the whole city connected under a big umbrella network and goes on to feature biometric recognition systems even in schools. Way to go Watch Dogs.    1. Seoul, South Korea   The capital of South Korea is the largest metropolis and capital of the country and for all the right reasons. Among the world’s most wired cities with broadband connections reason gto almost all of the households, with shopping centres and IT hubs open day and night, the city is an electronic nirvana and a hub for activities ranging from movies, tv shows, tech fests and what not. Heated floors in smart homes is just scratching the surface.

The capital of the most populated countries of the world, Beijing is under the close scrutiny of the camera with heavy surveillance round the clock keeping a watchful eye on the citizens. A nexus of connectivity supplied by good networking and the best of technologies provides for a good basis for the next instalment of the Watch Dogs game.


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