Ubisoft’s brand new IP, Watch Dogs was one of the most awaited and highly anticipated title of 2013, but just few months before its official launch, the publisher announced a release delay from November 2013 to early 2014. Fans were stunned with the announcement, but things are under control now and Watch Dog is all set to launch on May 27.
Today, Ubisoft’s Colin Graham has shared some interesting new details about the game via series of tweet. Colin first confirmed that there won’t be any loading screens in Watch Dogs.
Colin tweeted: “WD [is] an open world architecture, and we have good mission streaming. We don’t like loading screens.”
In addition to this, Colin also announced that some brand new footage from Playstation 4 version of Watch Dogs will be showcased at E3 2014.
“We are showing some new footage at PAX east.” tweeted Colin, when quizzed further “at PAX will there be only PS4 footage or maybe Xbox one too? Colin replied: “I think it will be PS4.”
PAX East will begin from April 11-13. Watch Dogs is scheduled to launch on May 27 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.