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Go Vigilante With This Watch Dogs Limited Edition

Posted on Friday, July 19 @ 11:30:00 PST by
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Ubisoft announced this Watch Dogs Limited Edition the other day and I'm only just seeing it now because my internet is too slow. How am I gonna hack Chicago clean with this non-fiber, non-Gigabit, non-- oh who am I kidding? I don't have the hacking skills anyway.

Still, cracking open the Collector's Box, pulling out the 9" statue of Aiden Pearce and donning Aiden's very own Vigilante Mask might make me feel like the surreptitious hero. If that doesn't do the trick I can put on the Official Watch Dogs Soundtrack CD and hit my friends with the SteelBook to feel like a real vigilante.

"Stop it!"

"No! You're human trafficking and that's bad!"


See? I feel like more of a hacker just typing that out. The Watch Dogs Limited Edition also comes with an 80 page hardcover art book and of course, the game. The press release says that this package will be available for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, and PC versions of the game, but not Wii U. I've reached out to Ubisoft to clarify on that last bit, Nintendo fans.

While you might be reluctant to shell out $129.99 on a fancy bundle for a brand new IP, I'd definitely recommend preordering Watch Dogs based on what I've seen of the game. Plus, you'll have all this neat swag as Ubisoft builds the series, or hadn't you heard that they're looking to invest heavily in franchise development?

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