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Ubisoft Releases Watch Dogs 101 Trailer
Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Watch Dogs, detailing the various aspects of the game. The new trailer, titled the 101 Trailer, was posted on the Playstation YouTube page today. This trailer falls just two weeks before the game’s official release.
The nine-minute long trailer details the multiplayer, the driving gameplay, the companion app and reveals some of the characters in the single-player mode. The multiplayer portion glosses over content that’s already been shown in greater detail, including the hacking of other players and available game modes.
A section of the trailer discusses driving in the game, from “acquiring” new cars to accepting driving-specific side missions such as transporter jobs and being a decoy to distract the police. The Watch Dogs companion app is also spotlighted, showing players the full capabilities of the app in the single-player mode.
Watch Dogs is scheduled to release on May 27 for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and PC. A version is planned for the Wii U, but the release date has been pushed back to later this year. A Season Pass for Watch Dogs is currently available along with a myriad of retailer-specific pre-order bonuses.