Watch Dogs Multiplayer Trailer was Running on PlayStation 4

By   /   Apr 24, 2014

While answering the questions of the fans on his Twitter account, the creative director of Watch Dogs, Jonathan Morin revealed that the 9 minute multiplayer walkthrough that was shown yesterday, was running on the PlayStation 4.

He even went on to give the full controller scheme of Dualshock 4 for Watch Dogs and also said that the scheme will remain the same for the Xbox One controller.

In another question Jonathan was asked if the Watch Dogs is really coming to Wii U? To this question, he responded:

Watch Dogs is easily the most anticipated title of 2014 and Ubisoft is continuously building hype for the game with new trailers, before the game launches on 27th of May for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC while the Wii U version of the game will be released later this year.

What did you think of the multi-player video of the game and what platform will you be playing on when the game hit the shelves next month?

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