New Watch Dogs footage has a mammoth 14 minutes of hack-happy action


It seems to be becoming a bit of a next-gen theme day. Hot on the heels of the Xbox One's official, worldwide launch date, Ubisoft has just dropped a massive slab of Watch Dogs footage on the unsuspecting internet. How massive? Fourteen-minutes-massive. 

That sound you can hear as your head spins? It's the sound of the future, humming ever closer with every second. So hit play on the video below, and embrace this brave new gaming world with your ears. And eyes. 

Impressed? Drop us a comment, and make sure to check out everything else we know about Watch Dogs while you're here. 

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  • Shinn - September 5, 2013 2:48 a.m.

    This game has helped me keep a lid on my interest in the new GTA game, mostly because I'm primarily a PC player. I would rather put time into this game than play another on a system I don't use all that often.
  • Zeedar - September 4, 2013 1:15 p.m.

    It's not gonna kill GTA. But it doesn't have to. I'm just gonna buy both. Why not? Both seem pretty awesome to me.
  • mcgronkster - September 4, 2013 12:42 p.m.

    jumping into other players games? I wonder if it's friends list only, or anyone else playing. Seems like a badass time suck.
  • Rub3z - September 4, 2013 4:13 p.m.

    Like a Dark Souls invasion-esque thing, I guess. Only with more n00b hacking and less cheap backstabs. And more trolling, presumably. I mean, it seems like players would create more reasons to jump into some random guy's game than just hacking them. If a player has no idea you've entered their world until you've commenced hacking them, personally, I'd just see it as an opportunity to drive a dump truck into them at the earliest, most inconvenient and unexpected moment. Like if they're trying to escape some cops, as soon as they round a corner or get into a fast vehicle to make their getaway, WHAM! DUMP-TRUCKED, N00B! SUCK IT LOLOLOLOL #YOLO #YOLO 420 GET BLAZED
  • TheMariner - September 4, 2013 12:04 p.m.

    People said Saint's Row would be the GTA killer and that didn't happen either. It's like when people ask if a game is going to be the CoD killer or the WoW killer. Every new, even remotely promising game that comes out in any given genre is said to be the killer of its respective genre's powerhouse title and it never happens because those games have cemented themselves in their positions. If this gameplay is any indication, Watch Dogs is going to be a great game. However, it also shows that Watch Dogs will be so markedly different from GTA that I don't think the two will even be in competition to begin with. Heck, I know I'll be picking both up.
  • FranzLisboa - September 4, 2013 11:49 a.m.

    Gta killer? no
  • thinkerluchho - September 4, 2013 9:57 a.m.

    i'm not impressed

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