Ubisoft didn't bring a whole arsenal of shooters to E3 this year, but the ones they did have impressed us to no end. Watch Dogs isn't necessarily a third-person shooter, but those mechanics clearly play a pivotal role in this open-world game and we think you're going to be excited about this one.
Watch Dogs came out of nowhere for us, we didn't know Ubisoft was bringing it to E3 and we didn't know how awe inspiring the demo was going to be once we'd seen it. In Watch Dogs grim future, the world's infrastructure is controlled by a single supercomputer. This means all data is being controlled and regulated by a single source and thus everything can be accessed if you have the skills.
In the video above, Aiden Pierce makes his way through a fictionalized version of Chicago. Aiden has the ability to hack into the city's infrastructure and systems to control it in any way he pleases. Towards the end of the video, Aiden takes control of the four way traffic lights and causes a massive pileup that traps his intended target in the wreckage.
We're confident that Watch Dogs is going to be an incredible experience and we can't wait to learn more about it in the coming months. The game has been in development for two years now at Ubisoft Montreal, but no word has been given as to when we might see Watch Dogs release.
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