One day ahead of the Watch Dogs 2 reveal event, an advertisement for the game has revealed that the sequel is set in San Francisco and will come out in November.
Marketing material posted on IGN, which has since been removed, showed that Watch Dogs 2 will come out on November 15, according to Eurogamer. There is also an image of what appears to be the new protagonist, whose character model matches up with the earlier leaked image. Additionally, the image shows San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. See it here.
Yesterday, Ubisoft announced it would hold a Watch Dogs 2 reveal event on Wednesday, June 8. You can expect many more details on the project at that time, and you can watch the entire broadcast right here on GameSpot.
In January, it was reported that a San Francisco-set Watch Dogs 2 would launch this fall. It is filling the spot normally held by Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise, which, for the first time in years, is taking a breather this year, with no new mainline installment coming out.
After tomorrow's Watch Dogs 2 reveal event will be Ubisoft's formal E3 2016 briefing, which is scheduled for Monday, June 13.