Auntie Shu Boys
Appears in Watch Dogs 2
Located in San Francisco, Oakland
Leader Auntie Shu
Type Crime Syndicate
Affiliations Bratva
Vehicles Baumsteiger


Businesses Human trafficking, Stock trade, Money counterfeiting, Drug trafficking
Known Members Victor Cheung

The Auntie Shu Boys are a Chinese-American faction gang that appears in Watch Dogs 2. They appear to be based on the various Chinese-American gangs in San Francisco.


The Auntie Shu Boys formed in the 1990s after the collapse of the previous Triad, taking members from the various Chinatown gangs and Tongs. They are unique, a mix of organized crime and street gang, with Chinese and Vietnamese members alike. They do everything from stealing cars to selling drugs to committing sophisticated white-collar crimes. For human trafficking, the Auntie Shu Boys act as brothel enforcers for Chinese Triads that ship women to them. Currently, they seem to be led, and presumably founded, by a powerful, intimidating woman only known as Auntie Shu.


The ASB mainly profit from human trafficking and illegal stock transactions, sometimes using the first to smuggle experts to do the second, as seen during the mission Shanghaied. They also counterfeit money and deal in drugs, namely marijuana.

Mission Appearances


Gang logo

Story Missions:

Side Operations:

Crime Hunts:

  • Dollar, Dollar Bill, Y'all
  • DedSec Revealed
  • A Worm Will Turn
  • NOOb Fail
  • Payout

Gang Attack

  • Level 1: One gunman armed with handgun and one armed with submachine gun.
  • Level 2: One Armored Gunman armed with an AK-47 and one Enforcer armed with an ATSG-12.
  • Level 3: Two enforcers armed with R-2000s. More rarely, there can be one enforcer with a U100 light machine gun and one with an ATSG-12 shotgun.



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