Watch Dogs Gets A New Gameplay Trailer

Ubisoft put together a new trailer for their upcoming game Watch Dogs for the goers at PAX East 2013, which took place over the past weekend. Although viewers had to stand in line for up to three hours at the event, you won’t have to, because the publisher released the video for mass consumption just now.

Much like the previous trailers, it’s made up entirely of gameplay footage from Watch Dogs and shows off some of what we saw during the game’s appearance at Sony’s PlayStation 4 unveil. It does however provide additional context to the events as they unfold, informing the fiction behind why the game’s protagonist is able to use his skills as he does as his actions are described in a ctOS Threat Monitoring Report.

The trailer explores how the protagonist is able to hack bank accounts and withdraw them from ATMs, as well as using police software that predicts the likelihood of citizens in distress.

We can expect to hear more about Watch Dogs as the game inches closer to release later this year.

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2 Comments on Watch Dogs Gets A New Gameplay Trailer

Michael

On March 26, 2013 at 6:25 pm

As I watch these videos one thing comes to mind. I see the wire frames from the Assassins Creed games but with a different coat.

Another thing, and this is to UBISOFT…Please have a character customization option PLEASE.

I will speak for gamers that some of us are tired of playing the same demographic characters these companies force us to play. I think its time this goes away.

Be more like MMO’s and Saints Row.

Goner

On March 27, 2013 at 6:16 am

@Michael man you just said it instead of me : Assassin creed, prototype , watch dog , all of them are canadian game and all of them have the same style, why ? is this the fashion look of the moment, over there?