Ubisoft has released a new video for Watch Dogs, in which we get a glimpse of the freedom players will have when free-roaming Chicago as well as the multiplayer functionality we can expect to discover when the game launches in November this year.
The game’s main storyline will be “packed with great missions and intriguing characters,” but there will also be “plenty of unique scenarios you’ll encounter while simply exploring the world.”
As the player you’ll be have total freedom to engage with the activities or not, and you can do so in any way you want. Just remember that your actions will be recorded throughout the campaign and they will have consequences, especially given the AI are unpredictable and the possibilities are endless.
Watch Dogs will also offer players many multiplayer functions, including the possibility to invade or get invaded by other players. This means you can drop into another hacker’s game and possibly even extract valuable information, but be wary because you could end up a target too.
Watch the new 14 minute gameplay demo for Watch Dogs below:
Watch Dogs is out on November 19th in the US and November 22nd in Europe and the UK, across Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U and PC. The game will also be available at the launch of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.