Ubisoft: Watch Dogs ‘Is A Benchmark For Next-Gen, We Won’t Compromise on Quality’

And hopefully, it won’t be delayed again.

Posted By | On 01st, Dec. 2013 Under News


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Ubisoft was to release its open world hacking adventure Watch Dogs this past November for both current and next gen consoles, if only it hadn’t announced a delay for the game in October.

Speaking to MCV, Ubisoft UK boss Rob Cooper spoke about the public reaction to the delay. On being told that the delay saw a major disappointment in reactions, Cooper stated that, “I disagree – yes, there was some disappointment, but the overwhelming majority understood the decision because it is in the best interest of the game.

Cooper also talked about Ubisoft’s role over the next generation. “This game is a benchmark for next-gen: we won’t compromise on quality, and we want to exceed the expectations of people who are going to play the game. And I think that is what players see as Ubisoft’s role in this new generation: consistently delivering the highest quality, most innovative games.

“With titles like Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Just Dance 2014, The Crew, and Tom Clancy’s The Division coming, you can see why that’s the expectation.”

Watch Dogs is currently slated to release in early 2014 for PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC.


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  • Kelby

    its nice to see gaming corps actually caring about the production of video games.

  • Hawke

    They haven’t said anything to the public for seven weeks. As soon as they announced the delay, it’s been a communication black hole.

    The game isn’t delayed, it’s dead.

  • Maximilian

    “I disagree – yes, there was some disappointment, but the overwhelming
    majority understood the decision because it is in the best interest of
    the game.”

    Those two aren’t mutually exclusive. You can express disappointment while hoping it will make for a better game.
    I hate these corporate BS type, they have to put a completely positive spin on absolutely everything, even when it’s not negative.


 

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