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Watch Dogs barks up store shelves in 2013

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Ubisoft's big new IP is headed our way soon.

During a Ubisoft financial call today, company CEO Yves Guillemot confirmed Watch Dogs will be headed to store shelves at some point in 2013, according to a Joystiq report.

The triple-A action title was revealed during Ubisoft's E3 2012 press conference and was met with high remarks. It's an open world action title that looks heavily inspired by Grand Theft Auto but with its own unique twist: allowing players to manipulate the game world's technology, like NPC cell phones or traffic lights.

It's definitely headed to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC; a Wii U version is "still an option," according to Joystiq. (I'm assuming that option will be approved of or denied depending how well Wii U sells later this month.)

If you haven't heard of Watch Dogs yet, you definitely should check out its E3 gameplay trailer. It really does look quite brilliant.


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Staff article by Jonathan Davila (November 06, 2012)

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