Gamers have a lot to look forward to during the July 4th weekend. This coming #July 4, "#Watch Dogs 2" players will receive a new update absolutely free, and it promises some very exciting adventures with friends. The game has already shown its excellence in both cooperative and competitive modes, but next week, players will get to experience another type of cooperative, in the form of the #Four-Player Party update coming July 4th.

In this update, players can not only play on with one other friend but three. Gamespot reported that as per producer Kris Young, the upcoming free mode is "designed to encourage cooperation, not competition" through a series of activities set in San Francisco.

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Players can engage with "Bounties, Invasions, Loot Trucks, Races, Showdown, Man vs. Machine Robot Fights, and the DedSec Virus events."

Paid DLC has become a free-for-all update

According to PC Gamer, the "Watch Dogs 2" free Four-Player Party update arriving on July 4 was originally a paid DLC, but Ubisoft decided to give it away for free instead. The update will also arrive with a patch that will improve the quality of life, as well as address certain bug fixes. With it, players can now skip the 3D printer cinematic. The patch has also fixed the unlocks for the shuffler takedown move, as well as improved game stability.

Co-op missions not available for Four-Player Party Mode

According to PlayStation Lifestyle, "Watch Dogs 2" players won't be able to access co-op missions in the Four-Player Party Mode, as these missions were designed only for two players.

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Gamers should also know that Leaderboards won't be available in the Four-Player Party Mode. Meanwhile, players can still assign roles in the Showd0wn and Bounty Hunter activities, as well as in races, in which they can vote on the course itself.

Ubisoft listens to player feedback for updates

In a blog post by Ubisoft, the studio detailed just how much they listen to player feedback in order to improve "Watch Dogs 2." According to producer Kris Young, they "pay attention to what our community is saying," and that this collaborative new mode has been something the fans from wanted for quite some time now.

Meanwhile, players can also expect a special in-game event this July, featuring fireworks over San Francisco, as well as a "festive change to the paintball gun" that will feature red, white, and blue pellets in celebration of Independence Day. "Watch Dogs 2" is now playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.