The lights are on
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 powerful network infrastructure.
For more on the game and protagonist Aiden Pearce, take a look at this previous preview speaking with the artist who brought him to life. We should also hear more about the game at Ubisoft's press conference later today at 5 central time.
Watch Dogs hits the Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 3, and Wii U on November 19, and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions are also in the works.
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By the whiskers of a beaver this looks amazing.
I'm still waiting for this game to put out a crappy trailer. This game looks amazing.
It looks better and better all the time.
I love this game already.
I can't wait for this game and the PS4
I swear, I thought this was a live action trailer.. WOW
Don't let me down Ubisoft, you've already put this game at such an insanely high bar. I just hope that I'm not set up for disappointment. So glad that this coming to Wii U too.
For an antagonist with this much power, they are going to have to make one hell of a main baddy.
Awesome. This reminded me of Taken. I look forward to chopping human traffickers in the neck.
Ive been told this game looks incredible in person.
OH, of course! A scene in a night club!!!!!!!!
Why am I not playing this on my PS4 right now?