No Compromise should have been the big finale for Watch Dogs 2, but while it starts off strong, soon it falls back to familiar grounds. The Time Trials work badly because of the wonky race mechanics, but the weapons and costumes do save the DLC.
Watch Dogs 2: No Compromise ends a season pass that did not shine. For No Compromise, a purchase is only recommended to those who are willing to spend ten euros for another daily mission with Marcus & Co. For those looking for something new to come back and play for the title Ubisoft purchase is not recommended.
SummaryIn addition to its new DedSec Operation – a multi-mission storyline addition called Moscow Gambit – it includes new single-player time trials, as well two new nonlethal weapons: the Air Shotgun (which can also move cars and other objects) and the Taser Sniper Rifle.