Watch Dogs 3 Is In Development, Says Ubisoft’s Computer Gaming Assistant

We’ll be seeing more of our favorite hacker organization at some point in the future, according to an inadvertent statement from Sam, Ubisoft’s helpful gamer app that is a part of the Ubisoft Club mobile app. The helper confirmed that Watch Dogs 3 is in development, but not finalized just yet.

There have been various little hints in UPlay that a third entry in the open-world adventure series was in the works, but up until now there hadn’t been any real indication that we would be getting a third game, despite how much better received Watch Dogs 2 was over the original Watch Dogs. However, now Sam, being the helpful little assistant he is, might have given us hope.

Specifically, Sam said that while Watch Dogs 3 wasn’t finished, the dev team was working very hard and that the latest build was very solid. He even said that he couldn’t wait to play it, which is probably something that a lot of other Watch Dogs fans can sympathize with.

There’s even the possibility that this is just a joke by Sam’s programmers, and no actual third Watch Dogs game is being created. Either way, we don’t have long to find out whether or not Ubisoft is actually making a game like it, since E3 comes in mid-June, and Ubisoft has its own conference.

Hopefully Ubisoft won’t disappoint us and will be revealing Watch Dogs 3 there, but considering that Watch Dogs 2 was announced two years after Watch Dogs released, and it’s only been around a year since Watch Dogs 2 was released, we might not get something just now.

Either way, even if the game isn’t in a state where it’s showable, hopefully Ubisoft is in fact working on a third Watch Dogs game, and hopefully it will be even better than Watch Dogs 2 was.