Ubisoft used their E3 press conference last night to take a deep dive into Watch Dogs 2, which looks noticeably improved from 2014’s original game.

Ubisoft re-introduced Watch Dogs 2’s protagonist Marcus Holloway who, in a notable departure from Watch Dogs’ Aiden Pearce, actually looks like he’s having fun as opposed to moping and brooding.

The demo showcased a series of upgrades that will allow Marcus to hack the entire world, and made a point of showing off just how much of Watch Dogs 2’s San Francisco could actually be hacked, before showing us an infiltration mission.

We got to see Marcus make his way up to the top of a skyscraper, break into a suite, steal some data and then fight his way out.

Sony’s Jim Ryan also appeared on stage to confirm that Watch Dogs 2’s DLC will be exclusive to Playstation 4 for 30 days, and that there is a Watch Dogs movie in the works.

Watch Dogs 2 launches on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 15, 2016.