Ubisoft unveiled Watch Dogs back in E3 2012, which according to the developers was a little earlier than they would have liked. The game has since been slightly delayed and if you were hoping to see a Watch Dogs demo, you might be disappointed. According to the game’s creative director, Jonathan Morin, he revealed that there would be no Watch Dogs demo.
Why is this? Wouldn’t it be a great way to show off the game to fans? According to his post on Twitter, Morin stated that demos would take some time to complete and that they’d rather put their attention on focus on the game instead. “Doing Demos take time, the focus is on the game. You will see more footage before release. Be patient & thanks for your passion. :)”
Morin also reaffirms that there will be no Watch Dog demos on the 27th of May, despite what some people are thinking. In any case what this means for gamers is that if you wanted to try your hand at the game, it looks like you will either have to rent it, try it at a friend’s house, or wait for reviews and decide if Watch Dogs is a game you wouldn’t mind spending your money on.
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