Watch Dogs 2, like most major releases, is full of pop culture references as well as nods to other video games. The San Francisco area is full of them for players who are looking to explore.
Of course, a lot of the references and Easter eggs are hidden within main missions that uncover new bits of the story. With that being said you may not want to look at this list if you hate spoilers. Yes, the Easter eggs are pretty cool, but seeing them too early can ruin your experience and we don’t want to do that. However, if you don’t care about a couple of spoilers and love references in video games, check out what we’ve found in Watch Dogs 2.