Watch Dogs: New Details On Stealth, Hacking, Chicago, Multiplayer And Side Missions
More details from Watch Dogs pour in.
If there is one game that might possible give Grand Theft Auto 5 a run for it’s money, then it has to be Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs. First revealed at E3 2012, the game is growing from strength to strength and is looking like one of the most exciting games of the year.
We have brand new details from the game (via the PlayStation Blog) which indicates that Watch Dogs might be one of the most varied games ever developed.
Players will be able to use remote cameras to tag enemy positions and can make their way across without being noticed. You can still go all guns gung ho but your in-game reputation will suffer.
Hacking is much more diverse in the game. You can control cameras to track enemies, open up garage doors using ctOS. Of course all these things will happen dynamically. Chicago is densely populated and using your hacking abilities you can even gain access into the living room of a civilian.
Multiplayer in Watch Dogs will work in conjunction with the single player. Unfortunately most of the details are under the wraps. We should know more about this at E3.
Side Missions in the game includes detective work, augmented-reality arcade games and will be much varied compared to other games.
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