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Back in 2014 Ubisoft released Watch Dogs to mixed reviews and decent sales. Yesterday they decided to give it a way for free for...
Xbox has revealed their next set of free games coming for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Featured this month are two big Ubisoft franchises and a new game coming to Xbox One.
While November has been a pretty cracking month in terms of what's on offer on Xbox Live's Games with Gold, the month is quickly coming to an end. However, December it's looking all that bad either.
Let's be honest, Ubisoft has had a pretty rough time as of late, Assassin's Creed: Unity wasn't too short of a disaster, and before that everyone hated them for how Watch Dogs turned out. Fortunately for us, Ubisoft has learned from that mistake and has vowed to always show games as they'd run on their target machines.
Often when you have a surprise for people, you can't wait to tell them all about it. This is probably the same for every developer who works on a new title before it's announced and while everyone usually keeps quiet until the big reveal, some employees can't wait to share what they've been working on. This is exactly what has happened with one Ubisoft developer who couldn't quite wait to tell the business world that he'd been working on the new Watch Dogs sequel - the only problem is, a sequel hasn't been announced yet.
Ubisoft has this week revealed the financial results of the third quarter of their 2014/2015 fiscal year, a quarter than surpassed the company's expectations thanks to "very good" sales of Assassin's Creed, Far Cry 4, and The Crew, even though as a whole, the Assassin's Creed franchise didn't improve year-on-year.
There comes a time where some developers really can't be bothered with a system, it's a very sad time for those still committed to that system and usually means that the system in question is either too old, or just isn't successful enough for the developer to justify the extra time and money spent developing for that system. Ubisoft is one of those developers and the Wii U is the system in question here as they've revealed that the Wii U version of Watch Dogs won't be receiving any DLC for the game.
To celebrate the release of Watch Dogs: Bad Blood, the first major piece of DLC for one of this years biggest releases, Ubisoft have released a brand new trailer. Watch Dogs: Bad Blood is now available for season pass holders, while everyone else will have to wait until the 30th to get their hands on it.
So many discounts!
Earlier today Ubisoft Montreal accidentally let slip that the release date for Watch Dogs on Nintendo's Wii U console will be coming this November. Thankfully for those unsure whether to believe the rumours, Ubsisoft this afternoon has officially announced that Watch Dogs will be coming to the Wii U this November 21
Ubisoft have just announced Watch Dogs Bad Blood a new piece of DLC for the game. Bad Blood will feature T Bone, an eccentric...
It looks like Watch Dogs will be getting some DLC based in New Jersey, at least that's what the latest teaser from the Watch Dogs Twitter account suggests. The cryptic clue gave us a quick crime-related fact about Camden, New Jersey to which one user questioned whether it was a hint about DLC. Guess what, it looks like we're headed to New Jersey!
It comes as no surprise that Ubisoft's Watch Dogs is once again in first place this week considering there has been no real noticeable releases during this summer gaming drought, but the rest of the charts have seen some interesting movement, one of which being Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, and The LEGO Movie Videogame which has shot to third and fifth place, respectively.
Last week saw Watch Dogs climb back to the top of the UK Charts in what is know as the summer game drought. There's been some changes this week though. Sniper Elite 3 took a dive from spot number two all the way to number five. Whilst Pokemon Black and White Version make a reappearance at 21 and 22 respectively...
As we enter the summer gaming drought there won't be many notable changes in the weeks to come, this week is just another shuffle round of the top spot seeing Watch Dogs hack its way back into first place pushing Sniper Elite 3 down to second. Following closely behind is FIFA 14 which hasn't moved from last week.