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Watch Dogs Hits the Streets in New Launch Trailer

Posted on Thursday, May 22 @ 15:00:00 Eastern by


A new launch trailer for Watch Dogs shows off tons of explosive, hackable action in the digital streets of Chicago just days from the game's release. We've been talking circles around the game this week because of a review embargo, but we'll have final thoughts for you soon.

In the mean time, why not check out our most recent hands-on preview? Ubisoft has been layering on the hype for this open-world action game for months and their most recent viral video gave a select few in Los Angeles the same power Aiden Pearce has over city infrastructure in the game.

All in all, Watch Dogs is shaping up to be one of the biggest releases this summer, so if you've got a next-generation console like PlayStation 4 or Xbox One (or a beefy PC) you probably won't want to miss the dozens of hours of free-roam gameplay. Still, look for our review next week at midnight on launch day.
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