Watch Dogs game-play: Side mission in a gang hideout at the Wards called Compliments for the Cook down the wards. Watch Dogs is an action-adventure game played from a third-person perspective. Players complete missions—linear scenarios with set objectives—to progress through the story. Outside of missions, players can freely roam the open world of Chicago. The world may be fully explored from the beginning of the game without restrictions, although story progress unlocks more game-play content. In this mission there are only three insertions points as this is one of the most tightly controlled locations you will ever infiltrate, its important to spend extra time using all the cameras and making every foe ( except the one you cant reach, in the northwest backyard ) and figuring out an exit in case everything goes nuts which it usually does, Start on the patch of overgrown grass in this blighted neighborhood listen to your instruction before heading across to the dilapidated row houses, behind which a Viceroy squad of soldiers is waiting, your target is to the east and all are armed and dangerous! Watch Dogs (stylized as WATCH_DOGS) is an open world action-adventure third-person shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released worldwide on 27 May 2014 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, while a Wii U version was released in November 2014. Set within a fictionalized version of Chicago, Illinois, the single-player story follows a hacker and his efforts to seek revenge after the killing of his niece. The open world design lets players freely roam Chicago, which includes the urban city, suburbs, open countryside, and the run-down neighborhoods that surround downtown. The game is played from a third-person perspective and its world is navigated on-foot or by vehicle. Players control Aiden Pearce, a highly skilled grey hat hacker who can hack into the "ctOS", a centralized operating system which manages the hyper-connected city of Chicago, and formed after the Northeast blackout of 2003 was caused by a hacker. An online multiplayer mode is also provided in the game, allowing up to eight players to engage in both cooperative and competitive game-play in a recreation of the single-player setting. Development on the game began in 2009. As part of their research for the open world, the developers conducted field research around Chicago throughout development and captured footage for the design team. Development duties were shared between many of Ubisoft's studios worldwide. Following its announcement in June 2012, Watch Dogs was widely anticipated. At release, it received a polarized reception; praise was particularly directed at the game's hacking elements and mission variety. The game received criticism concerning the overall game-play, plot, and some technical issues. Watch Dogs was a commercial success, breaking the record for the biggest first day sales of a Ubisoft game, and becoming the biggest launch of a new IP ever in the United Kingdom at the time. As of 1 January 2015, the game has shipped over 10 million copies. It will be followed by a sequel, Watch Dogs 2, in November 2016. Tony Key, senior vice president of Ubisoft, said at E3 2014 that the commercial success of Watch Dogs showed that the brand has staying power. Though he wouldn't confirm if a sequel is in development, Key said "Any team that's going to make a sequel is going to have to come up with something innovative and entertaining. Otherwise, the brand doesn't grow. That'll be the challenge for the guys, if and when they start talking about making another game. In January 2016, a post from a supposed Ubisoft developer made anonymously on 4chan, which was later corroborated by other anonymous sources via Kotaku, claimed that Watch Dogs 2 would be the year's major holiday release, in place of the next mainline entry of the Assassin's Creed franchise, and that the game will be set in San Francisco. On 11 February 2016, Ubisoft confirmed in its earnings release that a sequel to Watch Dogs will be released by the end of Ubisoft's 2017 fiscal year, which is 1 April 2016, through 31 March 2017. On 6 June 2016, the teaser trailer for Watch Dogs 2 was released. The game was then officially revealed two days later, following a series of leaks. Watch Dogs 2's release date was announced to be 15 November 2016.
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