Geographically, the Wards is one of the southernmost districts.
The district is one of the low-income areas of Chicago and can be instantly characterized by cheaper housing, low-grade shops, poorly maintained cars, and relatively high crime rates. The area is described by the developers as "a place you're not going to want to be alone in after dark", confirming its reputation for crime and gang culture. Most of the population there is either Hispanic or African-American. Workers can be also found here as it is not far from the industrial Brandon Docks district.
The Wards is home to the African-American street gang, the Black Viceroys. Their headquarters, the abandoned public housing project Rossi-Fremont, is located in the district. Most of the district is made up of small houses, housing projects, and apartments buildings. The L-Train tracks run through the district, and it can be noted that the stations appear to be older than other stations.
The Wards is modeled after Chicago's real life neighborhood, Englewood.
Places of Interest
- The Unicorn & Dragon Pub (Enterable)
- Pawned Off (Enterable)
- Zaferi Electronics (Inaccessible)
- Defus Tru Hunting Supplies (Enterable)
- Techture Patch Clothing (Enterable)
CTOS Control Center
- Woodpark West Tower
- Rossi-Fremont Tower
There are a total of 14 City Hotspots located in The Wards.
|Deadman's Corner||The Wards|
|The Murder Market||The Wards|
|Shotgun Man||The Wards|
|John A. Walsh Public School||The Wards|
|Big Jim Colosimo's Cafe||The Wards|
|Burned Down Factory||The Wards|
|V Alley||The Wards|
|Murder Castle||The Wards|
|Home of Lloyd Pinkerton||The Wards|
|Hawthorne Hotel||The Wards|
|Aiello's Bakery||The Wards|
|Hit on Johnny Torrio||The Wards|