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Submitted by Prcko 282d ago | news

The Secrets Behind Watch Dogs Next-Gen Experience

Building an open-world game ain’t easy. Without a strong foundation, everything can quickly collapse. In the case of Watch Dogs that foundation is the Disrupt engine, the product of over four years of dedication and tests and trials. In that time Ubisoft Montreal has built an engine that’s both flexible and efficient, while allowing for an astounding level of detail and a seamlessly online environment. (PC, PS4, Watch Dogs, Wii U, Xbox One)

JunioRS101  +   282d ago
Idk how I feel about watch dogs, simply because it's cross gen. The new systems are up to 10x as powerful as the old gen, and to say the only benefit is "better" effects, "more HD", and "an extra level to zoom in"... What is this some kind of joke? I want something that PUSHES the hardware, something that ISN'T possible on ps3 or 360.

Bad Dog.
sweendog  +   282d ago
JunoiRS101
This always happens with new consoles you get a two tier version of a game but its understandable. 4 years work has gone into this game and by christmas the install base for next gen will be around 4 million each compared to 75 million+ each for PS3 and 360. I remember playing Street fighter alpha 2 on SNES and going round to a friends house and playing it on PS1. Was the same game but I didnt want to play it on the SNES after that.
My advice would be if you get this on current gen you will be fine just dont watch anybody play it on PS4 or ONE. And if you have it on next gen dont be too smug people might confuse you for a P.C gamer
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ZBlacktt  +   282d ago
Then maybe you should research that. Because that news has been posted. A more dense fuller city and population, more engaging AI, etc. A lot more detail and animations.
JunioRS101  +   282d ago
Holy crap, really?

Excuse my ignorance then!

This is the only article I've read on the specific issue, and I guess assuming this was the end all be all source of information on the issue was premature execution of conversation engagement.

Those are great reasons you listed there, I'm already regretting my original post lol
ZBlacktt  +   282d ago
Yeah, there's many stories out there about it.

http://www.digitalspy.com/g...
Qrphe  +   282d ago
Same, I was never too impressed with this game graphically to begin with.
starfox79  +   281d ago
Well every 3rd party game at E3 was also on ps3 ? 4 million wiiu consoles out now and wiiu being cheapest to get ur hands on nextgen watchdogs,i'd say wiiu will do fine come the holidays,only Nintendo exclusives were not possible on current gen..due to 60fps and resolution...

It doesn't help xbox one and ps4 that most games will be on nextgen ? at least wiiu is getting lots of exclusives.....
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PigPen  +   282d ago
That's not really a secret. That's common sense I think. I don't really know what to make of this article. I only know that I will be getting this on the Wii U.
MNGamer-N  +   282d ago
I'll buy it for WiiU as well, I will always support Nintendo first. PS4 for everything else.

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