[SOLVED] Watch dogs 2 doesn't launch

Barrdock

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Guys help i've tried every possible solution.YouTube solutions,Ubisoft support solutions,EAC suport steam support. I'm trying for at least 10 days and nothing happened.Can anyone help me please?My setup is i7 7700k,gtx 1080,16 gb ram.Thank you.
 
what error are you getting?
Was going to ask same thing. Also , have you looked for a redist folder in the game directory to install any needed DirectX or Visual Studio files? I went back and played through it to entirety recently on my new 8700k, 1080 SC, and 16 GB RAM spec, and it played flawlessly and smooth the whole way.

Also, PCGamingWIki states...

"The game cannot handle a second monitor connected via an integrated graphics card
Turn off or unplug the monitor

After the game has launched, you can reconnect the monitor. "


Source: https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Watch_Dogs_2#Issues_fixed

If none of the above works, I suggest looking in your startups and disabling them one at a time (especially if unnecessary) to see if one is the culprit. Sometimes 3rd party software can cause conflicts too.

If you still have problems, try checking game file integrity in Uplay. Run SFC (DISM first) if it's still an issue.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026529/windows-10-using-system-file-checker
 
what error are you getting?
Was going to ask same thing. Also , have you looked for a redist folder in the game directory to install any needed DirectX or Visual Studio files? I went back and played through it to entirety recently on my new 8700k, 1080 SC, and 16 GB RAM spec, and it played flawlessly and smooth the whole way.

Also, PCGamingWIki states...

"The game cannot handle a second monitor connected via an integrated graphics card
Turn off or unplug the monitor

After the game has launched, you can reconnect the monitor. "


Source: https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Watch_Dogs_2#Issues_fixed

If none of the above works, I suggest looking in your startups and disabling them one at a time (especially if unnecessary) to see if one is the culprit. Sometimes 3rd party software can cause conflicts too.

If you still have problems, try checking game file integrity in Uplay. Run SFC (DISM first) if it's still an issue.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026529/windows-10-using-system-file-checker
 

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