That would be an unreasonable use of my time.
Man, this looks great.
“Does the rolling help?”
Yup looks like it’s time for a bit of the ole ultra violence.
I’ll miss the more light hearted feel of watch dogs 2 but I’ll definitley still be getting this.
Might still be possible despite what they have shown in the trailer.
But I suspect it will make things much harder - as it should be. Usually non-lethal goes hand in hand with stealth and stealth can be a much harder approach than just blowing everything to pieces ;)
It would be cool if there were characters that refuse to kill, so you HAVE to do things differently when using them.
Let me build a home base. PLEASE.
Yes, they are very obviously John Wick fans.
If they want to give me an open world cyber-tech John Wick game set in London, I’m very much all in on that!
Since the first game:
Which is funny, since Watch_Dogs and John Wick came out in 2014.
Camden Market was well done, I recognised not just the main areas but even the inside of the Stables. London would have to lose millions of people to ever be that empty mind you.
Well, the rate at which they are seemingly killed off in the game, that sounds doable!
Seeing its been 6 years since GTA5 and GTA6 is still nowhere to be seen, this might fill that spot quite nicely.
Techradar digs into the trailer to try to work out how accurate/large the map is. The most speculative bit is the preliminary assumption that this bus map represents the actual game map:
That translates, so they say to this:
Which would be considerably bigger than AC: Syndicate’s map, though annoyingly, stopping just short of my flat. It does generally seem to fit with what’s shown in the trailer, but it can’t be just that, though, as it cuts off short off Camden (Market, anyway). That may be accounted for by compression of course.
That looks pretty good. I am just glad Clint Hocking is shipping again.
Love the concept of building your own team. I can’t wait to play this.
The new trailer seems consistent with the hypothesised map above. A few new locations within the boundaries, nothing obviously outside it. Nothing particularly west. Among others I saw the Tate Modern/Millennium Bridge, Battersea Power Station, City Hall/More London, The Shard, The Walkie Talkie, Somerset House(?), Chinatown, Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square, and what I presume is either Green Park or Hyde Park.
RPS on the accuracy (based on a hands-on, not the trailer). Sounds encouraging.
RPS seem not to know that Ubisoft have recently built NY, DC, Paris, London (!) and indeed Bolivia, on top of all that Renaissance stuff earlier. Seems like pretty obvious context for an article like that.
Not really, the question is how accurate the London map in the current game is. I suppose Syndicate might be useful context, but it wasn’t set in the present day, so it’s not a direct comparison.
The Bolivia in Wildlands is a fantasy world, having very few recognizable landmarks. It’s more of a “feeling” of a generic South America you’d see on a mid-budget TV series.
The less said about the original Watchdog’s Chicago, the better.