Watch Dogs Will Have No Loading Screens, New PS4 Footage At PAX East But No Xbox One Version
Animation director Colin Graham talks about the open world hacking title.
It seemed like an eternity ago when Ubisoft announced that its open world hacking adventure game Watch Dogs would be delayed from November 2013 to early 2014. The game is finally coming out this May and as it garners the usual run of controversies and information dumps, animation director Colin Graham has revealed some new information on the game.
First off, Watch Dogs will apparently be doing away with loading screens, or at least heavily shortening them. As Graham indicated on Twitter, “WD [is] an open world architecture, and we have good mission streaming. We don’t like loading screens.”
Graham also mentioned that there would be some new footage of the game coming soon. “We are showing some new footage at PAX east.”
It seems unlikely that this will be from the Xbox One version though as Graham stated that, “I think it will be PS4.”
PAX East takes place in Boston from April 11th to April 13th. Watch Dogs will be out on May 27th for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Stay tuned for more updates.