Watch Dogs Gets a Worldwide Release Date for Most Platforms

March 6, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Ubisoft is apparently comfortable enough to give us a concrete date for the release of its open world game Watch Dogs. Much to the chagrin of Wii U owners, the company only offered a vague timeframe of "available at a later date." That later date will be sometime after the game releases worldwide on May 27 for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Hopefully this will be the last time the game gets delayed.

On a related note, Brian Crecente of Polygon has put together an excellent series of interviews with the principles in charge of developing Watch Dogs in one article. In the article Ubisoft says that, while the game was in good shape the last time the press had a chance to play it, there were a lot of problems in the game that had to be addressed like mathematical equations, repetitive gameplay, etc. One developer went so far as to say that the game just wasn't fun. You can check out that feature here. It's well worth reading if you are excited about this game.


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Re: Watch Dogs Gets a Worldwide Release Date for Most Platforms

If it isn't apparent the WiiU needs to be retired.

Re: Watch Dogs Gets a Worldwide Release Date for Most Platforms

Not really. But if it were, then the XBone and PS4 need to be retired. But you know what, not one of those systems are going to be retired until a replacement is on the market.

Re: Watch Dogs Gets a Worldwide Release Date for Most Platforms

"Most platforms"?

Let's just tell it like it is.  Watch Dogs gets a worldwide release date For Everything But Wii U.

 

Andrew Eisen

Re: Watch Dogs Gets a Worldwide Release Date for Most Platforms

...and Android.   :P

Re: Watch Dogs Gets a Worldwide Release Date for Most Platforms

And Wonderswan.

But it wasn't announced for either platform so that's not too terribly surprising.

 

Andrew Eisen

 
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