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Watch Dogs trailer shows you around hackable Chicago
I’m not sure if Ubisoft is using the same trailer-creation agency as Rockstar now, but this Watch Dogs trailer (Welcome to Chicago) has a real Grand Theft Auto advertising feel to it.
Watch a Watch Dogs live Q&A at 8pm UK time, today
Questions, questions, questions. So many questions about Watch Dogs. If only there were some sort of outlet by which such questions could get answers.
Watch Dogs due April-June 2014, Ubisoft reports annual losses
If you’ve been watching out for signs of a Watch Dogs release date after Ubisoft’s decision to delay the game, then the company’s Q3 financial report should give you some idea of when to expect it.
IncGamers Podcast #136
The podcast team are sad to learn that Ubisoft has ruined Tim’s birthday by moving the release of Watch Dogs to the spring.
IncGamers Podcast #135
The on-again, off-again … and then on-again nature of the demanding PC specs for Watch Dogs gives the podcast team plenty of excuse for some specs-ulation (sorry,) this week.
Watch Dogs PC specs reappear, actually are still quite demanding
Never mind actually playing Watch Dogs, keeping an eye on the PC system specs situation is a game in itself.
The Watch Dogs PC specs won’t be that demanding after all
Update: Err, it turns out maybe the specs are still demanding.
Stalking: Fourteen minutes of Watch Dogs gameplay in video
Watch Dogs is back in a new video from Ubisoft this evening which shows fourteen minutes of gameplay with commentary explaining exactly what’s going down.
Ubisoft and Nvidia’s cosy new alliance adds features to PC Watch Dogs
As part of Ubisoft and Nvidia’s recently announced “gaming alliance,” Watch Dogs will be getting some fancy-pants graphics options on PC.
Ubisoft tells us about Dedsec in new Watch Dogs trailer
It’s not just the cops who are after hacker/vigilante supreme Aiden Pearce in Watch Dogs, it seems, because Ubisoft’s 30,000th trailer for the game focuses on Dedsec – seemingly a group of tech-savvy types who’ve been warning people about the dangers of the CtOS system – the system that Aiden hacks into for all of his cop-escaping magic – for quite some time.
Ubisoft and Nvidia form gaming alliance, give journos many laughs
Ubisoft and Nvidia have announced that they’ve formed a GAMING ALLIANCE in order to “offer PC gamers the best gaming experiences possible for Ubisoft’s biggest upcoming titles.”
Specifically, Nvidia’s Developer Technology Team are apparently working together with Ubisoft’s dev teams in order to add the latest and greatest in graphics technology to Ubi’s games, including Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag.
Watch Dogs wants you to go on a Hacker Hunt
Ubisoft have set up the world’s creepiest website in We Are Data (sorry: WeareData), which uses geolocation data (with authorisation from the sources) to let you see what’s going on in three major cities across the globe – London, Paris, and Berlin.
Who will watch the Watch Dogs film?
Ubisoft has re-confirmed today that it’ll be collaborating with Sony Pictures and New Regency on a film project based on Watch Dogs (as mentioned by Variety back in June) thereby ensuring that now literally all Ubisoft gaming properties have a film in the works.