E3 2012: Watch Dogs confirmed for 2013 on consoles, PC
- Posted June 8th, 2012 at 07:06 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 3 Comments
Watch Dogs, the stunning-looking new IP from Ubisoft Montreal, will be hitting consoles and PC in 2013.
The official word comes via the game’s Twitter account, which simply states: “The game will be released in 2013 and will be released on PC and consoles.”
Unveiled during publisher Ubisoft’s E3 press conference on Monday evening, Watch Dogs immediately turned heads and set tongues wagging thanks to its gorgeous visual presentation, audio, and original concept.
The game takes the form of an open-world actioner where players are able to hack electronic systems as protagonist Aiden Pierce. As such, you’ll be able to jam cellphones, tapping phone calls, and even manipulating things like traffic lights to aid you in completing your goals.
Stay tuned to PSU.com for more details.
- 9:53am EDT - June 8th, 2012
so much potential for this one, first setting with some 1984 inspiration mixed with some cyberpunk atmosphere ; uncanny graphics and thus absorbing place to explore ; seemingly you play several characters ...
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- 11:27am EDT - June 8th, 2012
But which consoles? Current-gen, next-gen, or both?
If next-gen is in 2013, then they will probably release it for the new consoles, and just port it to PS3/X360.
- 2:11pm EDT - June 8th, 2012
I doubt next-gen will be 2013. Sony is still saying the ps3 has life in it before they make a new console and we're already half way through 2012. theres no way that sony will announce and release a console within that time.
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