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  • Blog Post: A Solid Debut For A Promising New Series

    Ubisoft introduced players to Watch Dogs with an exciting gameplay demo that stole the show at E3 in 2012. Since then, a six-month delay and rumors of a visual downgrade have caused fans' faith in the promising new IP to waver. The final game lies somewhere between the early next-gen hysteria and... More
  • Blog Post: Ten Minute Video Pulls Back The Curtain

    We’ve had a long wait for Watch Dogs. Originally thought to be a launch window game for the new-gen consoles, Watch Dogs has pushed back its release to May 27th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Perhaps with an eye towards one last big push of excitement, Ubisoft has... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Dogs Season Pass Trailer Shows New Playable Character And Campaign

    Watch Dogs' planned DLC appears to offer a hefty update by adding a new playable character with their own campaign, and a number of other additions. The season pass will be $19.99 and offer players a new single-player campaign, and the chance to play as T-Bone, who is a, "brilliant but eccentric... More
  • Blog Post: eBook Being Written By Author Of BioShock And Borderlands Books

    John Shirley has penned several books expanding the universes of video games, including BioShock and Borderlands. Now he is writing an eBook to release alongside Watch Dogs. Watch Dogs //n/Dark Clouds is picking up where the Watch Dog video game leaves off, but it is a standalone story, so it is not... More
  • Blog Post: Welcome To Chicago

    We've known for a long time Watch Dogs would take players to Chicago, but now thanks to a new trailer we know more about the digital citizens that will inhabit it. As detailed in the above video, Chicago's populace is an important part of Watch Dogs' formula. Ubisoft promises every NPC in... More
  • Blog Post: A Glimpse Into Making Your Own Mark On Chicago

    Whenever I’m set loose in a game, I test the waters simply doing what feels natural. Immediately upon stepping into Watch Dogs, I made my mark on Chicago. I wasn’t paying attention to the people and traffic rushing by when I saw the option to hack a traffic light, and with a mere button press... More
  • Blog Post: See The Watch Dogs Release Date Story Trailer-

    As you have no doubt heard by now, Watch Dogs has emerged from the shadows with a new release date . Ubisoft’s near-future Chicago will be at your fingertips on May 27. To commemorate the new release date, Ubisoft has delivered the story trailer that was leaked this morning. You can check that... More
  • Blog Post: Open World Developer Walkthrough Shows The Gamescom Experience

    At Gamescom 2013, we had the chance to finally go hands-on with Ubisoft's Watch Dogs . In the preview that followed, we discussed the open world and how multiplayer will work. Now, you get to see what we played. In the video below, you'll see Aiden Pearce hack a ctOS substation, chase down a... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Dogs Cat-And-Mouse And Companion App Multiplayer Impressions

    Watch Dogs devious multiplayer modes pepper a bit of Demon's Souls into Ubisoft's new open world IP. I learned this the hard way when, during my demo, a developer suddenly invaded my game. With no warning the chase was on, and either I was going to end up hacked or would stop the intruder dead... More
  • Blog Post: Watching The Watchers

    Ubisoft was featured heavily at Sony's Gamescom presentation, including the unveiling of a new Watch Dogs trailer. The trailer reveals the DedSec hacker group who has come to warn the public about the ctOS system and the one who's already infiltrated it. Ubisoft also revealed at the presentation... More
  • Blog Post: Get A Closer Look At Hacking In Chicago

    Ubisoft is bringing its brand of open world gameplay into a contemporary setting this November with Watch Dogs. We've heard a lot about the game's focus on hacking , but a new video gives us a more in-depth look at what's possible. The most important new item is that there are 45 different... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Dogs Asks: Does Privacy Exist?

    Watch Dogs deals with themes of privacy and organizational surveillance, and you can hear those topics and more discussed by the game's Ubisoft Montreal developers in this hour-long panel from the recent San Diego Comic-Con. Content director Thomas Geffroyd and story designer Kevin Shortt talk with... More
  • Blog Post: Aisha Tyler Gets Digitized In Latest Trailer

    Aisha Tyler has been a steadfast fixture in the Ubisoft world since E3 2012. She's appeared on stage to host the publisher's press conferences, she's demoed games on national television, and now, she is a character in Ubisoft's next big franchise, Watch Dogs . In this brief video, you'll... More
  • Blog Post: Demo Walkthrough Shows Off Companion App Interactions

    One of the elements of Ubisoft's Watch Dogs that hasn't yet been fully detailed is how the companion app will function as a multiplayer tool. We've got a new glimpse of that straight from E3, in a new video courtesy of the Ubi Blog. In this scene, anti-hero Aiden Pearce must navigate his... More
  • Blog Post: Six Fun Things To Do In Watch Dogs’ Open World

    Ubisoft's upcoming current- and nex-gen title, Watch Dogs , has held gamers' attention since it was first revealed last E3 . Flash forward a year later and we've seen a detailed demonstration of the game's open-world, tech-hacking gameplay in action. From imposing your musical tastes... More
  • Blog Post: Someone's Always Watching

    Chicago's all-seeing central operating system is a powerful surveillance tool, and vigilante Aiden Pearce makes it work on his behalf in this E3 trailer for the game. Using just his smartphone Pearce tracks and takes down human traffickers, and also eludes the police, thanks to his hack of the city's... More
  • Blog Post: Combat And Pockets Featured In New Motion Capture Video

    It's easy to forget that much of the athleticism we see in games is rooted in human performance. Many titles emphasize showy combat that wouldn't often be seen in a real fight. Watch Dogs is going in another direction. In a video posted on Ubisoft's new blog, we get a short look at the actor... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking Free Of Binary Morality

    Since June 2012, when Watch Dogs was unveiled to the world, we’ve learned much of its premise. Ubisoft Montreal is building a game that holds a mirror up to our society’s obsession with information and connectivity. The message is spelled out in bold letters, “ you are a data point... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Dogs Developer Diary Outlines The PlayStation 4's "Magnified Experience"

    The first developer diary for Ubisoft's Watch Dogs is light on details and new information, but it does talk vaguely about PlayStation 4 plans, and briefly teases some kind of mobile interaction. In the video below, senior producer Dominic Guay and creative director Jonathan Morin refer to the PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Dog's Eyes In The Sky

    Chicago's surveillance system is watching Aiden Pearce in this detailed new trailer for Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. The city's Central Operating System, a vast network of camera and other electronic surveillance keeps the city running, but also leaves its citizens and infrastructure exposed to... More
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