Watch Dogs Features 110 Minutes of Cutscenes

Director Kun Chang lists the same on his official page.

Posted By | On 18th, Feb. 2014 Under News


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Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs still doesn’t have a confirmed release date but more and more new information is starting to come out about the game. For instance, director Kun Chang listed on his official page that he had directed 110 minutes of cutscenes for the game.

“This is the super secret project I have been working on for the last 6 months. I directed the opening and all of the cinematics and also worked as a realization director on the demo.”

Chang has a fare amount of experience as a concept artist, working on The Fifth Element, and art director on Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory. He has also directed the cutscenes for Prince of Persia. As it stands, there would be many more interactions in the game that go beyond cutscenes, but 110 minutes of cinematics indicates a strong plot overall.

Watch Dogs will be out on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC between the months of April and June.


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  • John D

    This game is gonna be a over hyped fail. Wait and see.

    • sid

      A game being worked on for 5 years are generally not a fail
      the gameplay they have shown is very promising

    • Alex

      I’ve never played a bad Ubisoft game. They deliver.

  • Opt1kon

    Ok thats nice to know, but i’d really just like to get my hands on the game and play it already I’ve been loving the direction of this game for a while now and I’m mad they rescheduled the release, i do hope its soon


 

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