[Update]Every Watch Dogs Achievement listed

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I have regularly said tat I’m not a big fan of achievements and trophies, especially the sort that try and change the way you play a game or that make you do stupid things to earn them. Watch Dogs seems like it’s filled with precisely that sort of achievement. Here’s a list of every single one of them, including the secret ones which we’ve hidden behind a handy spoiler tag.

[Update] the list is entirely fake, according to Ubisoft. 

Here’s every achievement you’ll find in Watch Dogs, along with the Gamerscore you’ll earn. The PlayStation trophies and Steam/uPlay achievements will likely be rather similar.

General achievements

  • 50G – Invincible: Complete The Final Chapter
  • 15G – Thief!: Steal A Total Of $25,000,000
  • 15G – Pawn Takes King: Pawn Off Items Worth More Than $10,000,000
  • 10G – Side Step: Complete 50 Side Missions
  • 15G – Side Swipe: Complete 105 Side Missions
  • 20G – Back Side: Complete All Side Missions
  • 10G – Petty Thug: Kill 100 Innocent Civilians
  • 20G – Crook: Kill 250 Innocent Civilians
  • 25G – Murder One: Kill 501 Innocent Civilians
  • 50G – Messiah: Complete Single Player Stealing Less Than $50,000
  • 25G – Human: Complete Single Player Stealing Less Than $150,000
  • 5G – Lucifer: Complete Single Player Stealing More Than $10,000,000
  • 30G – Around The World: Travel A Total Distance Of 40,075 Km
  • 30G – Dead Ded: Track Down And Murder 10 DeadSec Members
  • 10G – The Lesser Evil: Hack 500 Different Civilians
  • 25G – Just Evil: Hack 50 Different Electronic Devices
  • 25G – Disruption: Disrupt The Flow Of Traffic 50 times
  • 5G – Upgrader: Upgrade Your Phone
  • 5G – Beautiful: Find The Aspiring Hacker
  • 5G – Lovers: Create A Dating Profile Online
  • 10G – Smashing: Smash 1,000 Windows
  • 35G – I Have An Ego: See Yourself On 100 Different TV Sets
  • 5G – Walk Over Me: Walk From Abrahams Apartment To The Grill In Under 4 Minutes
  • 10G – Peter Beale: Get The Dirt On Peter Beale
  • 20G – Visitor: Visit 100 Different Players Worlds
  • 10G – Co-Operative Theft: Steal A Total Of $100,000,000 From Other Players
  • 10G – Gone Phishing: Collect 20 Different Species Of Fish – Not All Of Them Are In Your World
  • 25G – ID Theft: Steal Another Players Identity And Commit 10 Crimes In Their World
  • 10G – Got You: Successfully Stop Yourself Being Hacked 25 Times
  • 25G – Caught: Get Caught Hacking In 50 Other Worlds
  • 10G – Kill Kill Kill: Kill 100 Innocent Civilians In Another Players World
  • 40G – Generous: Donate $100,000,000 To Other Players In Their World
  • 30G – Help Me: Help Another Player In Trouble
  • 5G – Dynamic Duo: Jump To Your Death With Another Player

Watch Dogs Secret Achievements

  • 25G – Starting Out: Complete Chapter I
  • 25G – Newbie: Complete Chapter III
  • 25G – Learning: Complete Chapter V
  • 25G – Keen And Eager: Complete Chapter VII
  • 25G – Anonymous: Complete Chapter VIII
  • 25G – Hacker: Complete Chapter X
  • 25G – Spy: Complete Chapter XII
  • 25G – Invisible: Complete Chapter XV
  • 25G – Master: Complete Chapter XVII
  • 50G – Filthy Rich: Have A Bank Balance Of Over $1,000,000,000
  • 5G – West Side: Travel Beyond The City Limits
  • 20G – Wreck It: Destroy 100 Cars
  • 15G – Train Me: Travel On The Train Roof For 5 Minutes Without Alerting Police
  • 5G – Perfect Angel: Don’t Kill Harriet
  • 25G – Enter My Room: Enter 250 Different Buildings In Other Worlds
  • 15G – Metro Murder: Observe 10 Train Crashes In Other Worlds

Watch Dogs is out on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on May 27. A Wii U version will be coming later.

Last Updated: April 29, 2014

Geoffrey Tim

Editor. I'm old, grumpy and more than just a little cynical. One day, I found myself in possession of a NES, and a copy of Super Mario Bros 3. It was that game that made me realise that games were more than just toys to idly while away time - they were capable of being masterpieces. I'm here now, looking for more of those masterpieces.

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