I've been eagerly awaiting Watch Dogs, and my eagerness has only intensified since the game's postponement last year. Now, it's so close I can taste it. Ubisoft is gearing up for a May 27 multi-platform launch on Windows and consoles (Wii U excepted), and it's released one last trailer to get everyone hyped up:
Well, that's definitely got my adrenal gland a-throbbin'.
Too bad the graphics aren't quite as sharp as those in the PC eye candy video we ogled last month. The game's open-world rendition of Chicago still looks pretty darned good, though, and all the mayhem on offer seems like a lot of fun. All right, I'll be quiet now. Only five days to go.
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