Watch Dogs Could Only Arrive Halfway Through This Year
Believe it or not, Ubisoft still hasn’t shed any light on when their new IP, Watch Dogs, will launch. The title was delayed in November last year, just ahead of its release, and since then nearly nothing has been heard about the title.
So one fan took it upon himself to question most of the voice actors involved with the title, and while most of them refused to let up on any information, the man voicing main character Aiden Pearce was more than happy to help.
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According to Noam Jenkins, Watch Dogs will release in either May or June. This is going according to information that Ubisoft provided to him apparently. In another tweet, voice actor Aaron Douglas also stated that no release date had been finalised, but assured the fan that the game would release this year.
@MadsDroger I've been told May or June.
— Noam Jenkins (@noamjenkins) January 25, 2014
That doesn’t exactly too to reassuring for those who expected the game to drop as early as April, although you have to really ask yourself if you’d rather have the game earlier or let Ubisoft take all the time they want to polish it. The company took a big risk by investing the most of their effort into the next-gen versions of the title, and we already know that they want this to become an established franchise, so it seems they’re taking no chances.
So yes, you might still have to wait another five months to jump into Watch Dogs. Ubisoft better make this wait worth it.