Watch Dogs Will Keep You Busy For A Long Time
There hasn’t been a lot of good things to say about Watch Dogs recently, especially after the whole debate as to whether the game had undergone a visual downgrade ever since its delay. With that behind them the developers over at Ubisoft have decided to share how long they think Watch Dogs is, and just how long we’ll be spending in Chicago.
According to Creative Director Jonathan Morin, the main story featured in Watch Dogs will apparently take around 35-40 hours to complete. Morin posted this in a response to a question posed on Twitter, detailing that he expected some players to even surpass the 100 hour mark.
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“I would say the average player which does free roam a bit tend to reach the end within 35-40h. But doing everything is close 100h. And these don’t really consider online stuff in the mix…”
The online stuff in question refers to the recently announced multiplayer component that Watch Dogs would feature, which will allow up to 8 online players to share the streets of Chicago in a free roam multiplayer mode. Watch Dogs will also include a competitive online component, where players will hunt other players down while using the games signature mix of shooting and hacking to affect the city around them. This could also be the mode the rumoured Xbox One beta was referring to.
Watch Dogs resurfaced over a week ago after being delayed late last year. The game is now currently scheduled for release on the 27th of May, on Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. A Wii U date has not been revealed, despite the game still coming to Nintendo’s platform.