‘Watch Dogs 2’ Release Date, News & Updates: Ubisoft To Unveil ‘Watch Dogs 2’ At E3 2016 Plus Other Plans Revealed!
Good news, gamers! Ubisoft has recently confirmed that the sequel for its open-world action-adventure third-person shooter stealth video game titled, "Watch Dogs 2," will be unveiled at E3 2016 on Jun. 14 to 16 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
In February 2016, Ubisoft announced that "Watch Dogs 2" will be released before April 2017, hinting the game sequel was indeed under development.
But now, the game developer has officially confirmed that "Watch Dogs 2" will be revealed at the E3 2016 on Jun. 13.
'Watch Dogs 2' Coming In E3 2016
Based on Ubisoft's confirmation, "Watch Dogs 2" will be revealed on the company's E3 2016 celebrations on Jun. 13 at 1 p.m. According to The Marshalltown, comedienne and TV personality Aisha Tyler will be hosting the Ubisoft show for the fifth time.
In addition, Ubisoft's Press Conference will also have a live telecast on its Facebook, YouTube and Twitch channels. Aside from "Watch Dogs 2," Ubisoft will also reveal some of its highly anticipated video games plus more added surprises.
"E3 is always a very special moment when all entertainment actors do their best to amaze and engage players," Ubisoft CEO and cofounder Yves Guillemot said.
Ubisoft's Other E3 2016 Plans
In addition to "Watch Dogs 2," Ubisoft will also unveil other upcoming games such as "For Honor," Tom Clancy's "Ghost Recon Wildlands" and "South Park: The Fractured But Whole."
Ubisoft will also have some surprise announcements to make, including its brand new AAA franchise, Irish Examiner notes.
Speaking of Tom Clancy's "Ghost Recon: Wildlands," gamers will explore the open world sandbox of a narco-state in a future Bolivia where they will take on El Sueño and the Santa Blanca Cartel.
The game will reportedly have three editions - Deluxe, Gold and Calavera Collector's editions, Tech2 reveals.
Ubisoft Graphic Downgrades
Even though avid gamers are excited for the upcoming "Watch Dogs 2" E3 2016 reveal, a new YouTube video will place Ubisoft's recent games under intense scrutiny.
In fact, the recently published video titled, "Ubisoft Downgrades," detailed the graphical differences, particularly with the texture and lighting effects, between some of the E3 demos and the final retail versions of Ubisoft's recent games.
The said games include: Tom Clancy's "The Division," "Watch Dogs," "Rainbow Six Seige" and "Far Cry 4."
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