Ubisoft has just rounded off its E3 press conference with the announcement of Watch Dogs, a cyberpunk third-person action game which focuses on controlling connected networks and personal data. The reveal resulted in whoops and cheers, along with a standing ovation and a worldwide trending on Twitter.
The game focuses on a chap called Aiden Pearce, who goes hunting for one Joseph Demarco in a crowded city nightclub. To muscle his way in, he uses technological weapons rather than traditional firearms – signal jammers to knacker metal detectors, traffic signal blockers to cause traffic jams in the street, and social networking scanners to read personal data from NPCs.
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