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Watch Dogs will last average player 35-40 hours

on 17 March 2014

Watch Dogs will last the average gamer around 35-40 hours, according to the game’s Creative Director, Jonathan Morin.

Morin added on Twitter (via EuroGamer) that the open world action-adventure can take up to 100 hours to complete if one wishes to uncover everything it has to offer, however.

Elsewhere, developer Ubisoft Montreal has been confirmed to have added additional content over the course of the game’s delay, according to the Australian Classifications Board (via Kotaku).

Watch Dog was previously due to ship alongside PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November 2013, but was pushed back until May 27. Up until now, it was believed the game was merely undergoing an extra coast of spit and polish.

The hacking title will also include examples of sexual violence, hence why it has been slapped with an R18+ rating Down Under.

Ubisoft commented: "The entire development team has been working hard to polish and fine tune Watch Dogs in order to deliver a truly memorable open world game. In parallel, the extra time also allowed the team to include a bit of additional content.

"As per Australian classification guidelines, Ubisoft resubmitted the updated version with the added content to the Australian Classification Board (ACB). The decision to amend the rating of the game from MA15+ to R18+ was made by the ACB."

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