Payday 2 gameplay video: watchdogs mission revealed

Tuesday, 12th March 2013 15:45 GMT By Sam Clay

Payday 2 caters to those of you who are fed up with heisting expensive stores. The newly revealed ‘Watchdogs’ mission puts you and your buddies in the roll of shipping drugs safely. Full action after the break.

And who’d of thought it? The rozzers turn up to spoil your fun. Damn them.

Payday 2 is slated for release this summer on PSN, Steam, and Xbox Live.



  1. YoungZer0

    Mhm, doesn’t look that different, which is rather disappointing.

    The first one had potential, but a lot of things ruined it for me. Aside from the fact that only one of my buddies had the game, the gameplay and weapons handling felt off to a degree where it simply wasn’t fun. Shooting was not fun. In a FPS.

    Offline mode could’ve been tossed out of the window. The AI was just bad. I was completely unable to finish even one level with them. You need to play this game with someone you can really rely on, because enemies are many and there are certain enemy types that use tasers and that makes you incapable of shooting back.

    The game also missed a lot of variety, most of the time it felt like a horde mode. Go to Point A. kill amount of Zom- I mean police. Go Point B. kill some more police.

    There were not enough weapons in the game, even the most basic ones had to be unlocked, which meant grinding. Not fun.

    Hostage situations should’ve been more controlled. Why can’t I take a hostage with me, give it orders to follow me, etc.?

    At least the weapons seem to handle better.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Francis O

    God, does every game that comes from Sony or MS have to be a shooter or racing game?

    #2 2 years ago
  3. YoungZer0

    It’s neither from Microsoft nor Sony.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Sam Clay

    @2 PayDay is a huge PC success – obviously the 2nd one is making sure it arrives on console too.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. YoungZer0

    Stealth Footage:

    #5 2 years ago

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