Three New Watch Dogs Screenshots From Xbox One version Of The Game
Watch Dogs is Ubisoft's next big title that is currently in development stages. The game is one of the most anticipated games of 2014. Watch Dogs is an action-adventure set set in an open world environment. The game features Aiden pearce, the protagonist who is a skilled hacker and can hack into any electronic device connected to the Chicago's central operating system ( known a ctOS in the game) with just a click on his smart phone. Ubisoft Has released three new Watch Dogs Screenshots
Ubisoft Reveals Three New Watch Dogs Screen Shots From Xbox One Version Of The Game
Watch Dogs was originally planned for release as a launch titles with next-gen consoles but the developer delayed the game to 2014. Lately in an interview, the present of Ubisoft North America, Laurent Detoc explained that the game was unpolished and needed more work. Detoc said that the 96-100% review of Rockstar's latest super hit game Grand Theft Auto V inspired the developer to make Watch Dogs a game that would get a 100% review score. Explaining the reason why the game was delayed, Detoc said:
“We wanted it to be even higher. The whole package is there already. But without sending them too many flowers, the guys at Rockstar have showed us again that if you make a 96-percent game, people will come. Watch Dogs, I can only hope we get to that level. There’s an attachment to the brand, in the case of GTA, that makes people really want to give it that 100-percent review. We’ll be missing that on Watch_Dogs until we go further, potentially. That’s what we’re after.”
It seems like Ubisoft is working very hard on the game now. To keep the game up in people's mind and for marketing purpose, the developer has released three new Watch Dogs Screen Shots. The screen shots have been taken from the Microsoft's Xbox One version of the game. Following are the new Watch Dogs Screen Shots.
Watch Dogs is due for release in the second quarter of 2014 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Wii U.
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