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Submitted by crock7owu10 463d ago | interview

'Watch Dogs' exclusive: Multiplayer inspiration, Chicago's density and hacking

If there's one game this year that is screaming next-generation, it is Watch Dogs.

Ubisoft unveiled this extremely intriguing title last year at E3 2012 and it hasn't left people's minds since. The hint of the game or mention of new details implores people to look at what is new.

Yes we have seen a lot from Watch Dogs, but then, why do we still feel like we have so much we do not know about the upcoming game? To the developer's credit they have done a nice job of saying a lot without say much at all, which is why we wanted to know more concrete details about what is in-store come Nov. 19th.

In an exclusive interview with Examiner.com, Jonathan Morin and Dominic Guay, who are the creative director and senior producer on Watch Dogs, respectively, shared further details about the game's multiplayer, the city of Chicago and how Watch Dogs relates to our lives today. (Dominic Guay, Jonathan Morin, PC, PS3, PS4, Watch Dogs, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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