In this new gameplay demo, fresh from E3, we get to take a really close look at some of the tools Aiden Pearce will have available to him in the upcoming title, Watch Dogs.
There’s a lot of fun little things that Aiden can do using the hacking software on the smartphone he carries; such as blacking out local power grids, turning off cameras, patching in to other people’s phone calls and much, much more.
However, these tools are for protecting yourself rather than harming others. Your main priority is to complete your mission without being caught by the police, or killed in the chase, so you’ll be using these hacking tools to stay undercover and escape the law.
Definitely worth noting is how other players can interact with your singleplayer experience. You can call for help from a friend using the layers of connectivity that Watch Dogs is all about.
You can call for assistance from a friend who is using a mobile device, and if they accept then you’ll start a co-op experience that transcend platforms.