If you've arrived at this article, chances are you figured out the big secret in Watch Dogs 2 — that most of the money you make is going to be spent on clothing, clothing, and more clothing. Open-world games have gotten used to customizing characters with clothing options, and #WatchDogs 2 decided to double down, with more clothing options than most other open-world games.
Now that the game's been out for a while, we've had a chance to sit down, whip some outfits together, and give you an idea of how to make Marcus look like a boss or, y'know, a small-town college kid who likes his green #Crocs more than he likes being an upstanding member of society.
So let's take a look at the most stylin', profilin' options from Watch Dogs 2 to see just what you need to make Marcus look like a true dedicated follower of fashion.
Torque Rat Bike Shop
If you're one for wearing leather, sporting a decent pair of boots and a nice set of slacks, then Torque Rat is right up your alley. This place boasts leather vests and pants starting at $379 all the way up to the $500 price range, but you get what you pay for. After you finished your shopping spree, you can jack a bike for that clean getaway and head to your next mission.
Check out the map of downtown San Francisco to see where to get your leather game on.
Ever wanted to make Marcus to look like he's been shopping at Aéropostale or Old Navy? Need to get in touch with your inner frat boy? These things are all possible at Plainstock. While you're grabbing a comfy pair of sweatpants, you can also bust out a red hoodie, a gray bag, and a new pair of cheap plastic sunglasses. If that's not enough for you, you can roll into your next #DedSec mission in a pair of green Crocs that even #Deadpool would be proud of.
Plainstock stores are located all over the Watch Dogs 2 Bay Area, so you shouldn't have a difficult time finding one.
Stache & Vine
While it's tempting to listen to "The Mustache Song" from A Million Ways to Die in the West, it's completely irrelevant as a lot of the threads available for our lead man aren't quite there yet. As you can see, I decided to go my own route with a few clothing options, but here's a peek at what this place just happens to offer the discernible stylist. And while you're at it, here's "The Mustache Song," purely for your enjoyment.
While Marcus definitely has a mo, he also just happens to have style, and it's actually quite well played. Luckily, there's not just one specific boutique catering to this look. Stache & Vine can be found all over San Francisco, making your shopping experience that much easier.
If you ever wondered just how fly Marcus could be, Streetflex Clothing is definitely the place to spread your wings. Thankfully, this chain store is conveniently located for those wanting to dress their inner skateboarder or surfer.
If you're after a modern update of the MC Hammer pants look, this place definitely has you and your tush covered.
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Then There's the Other Stuff
While there is as much going on in Watch Dogs 2 as one could imagine, there's quite a bit of other random content for you to obtain in your playthrough. Think Stanford University, tie-dyed clothing, and so much more. A lot of this stuff is encountered by exploring and meeting with small vendors.
If you find something unique in Watch Dogs 2, drop us a screen shot. Got the DLC options like the Zodiac Killer or DedSec clothing options? Feel free to show them off!