Watch Dogs News
The publisher attributes it to how this year's games panned out.
Ubisoft has decided that the Wii U will only be home to its family-friendly fare.
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"You'd like a copy of Watch Dogs? Of course. Will that be Standard, Special, Vigilante, Limited, Dedsec or...?"
Ubisoft is now finishing up Watch Dogs on Wii U and making it "the best version it can be."
Worried about being constantly invaded by hacker jerks? The game is always watching.
The floodgates have opened and we finally have some more concrete information on Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
Those hoping to do some hacking with their GamePad will be waiting a little longer than the rest of us.
And a mini-campaign, a la Assassin's Creed IV's Freedom Cry content.
Looks like you'll need a fairly beefy machine to run it at its best.
Ubisoft vice president says Watch Dogs delay gave developers time to "polish everything".
Ubisoft shows off Watch Dogs, giving fans an idea of what the game will look like when it launches on May 27.
Closer to a hundred hours for those who want to track down everything, apparently.
Watch Dogs gets a firm release date and we learn why the game was delayed in the first place.
The Wii U version isn't cancelled, but it's not coming with other versions before the end of June.
If you were ready for some next-gen Watch Dogs, you're going to have to be patient.
Our sister site's upcoming UK-based video games convention has an impressive lineup of hotly anticipated titles -- and even if you can't make it to the UK for the event itself, you'll be able to catch some fascinating dev sessions online.
Ubisoft put out a video showcasing Aisha Tyler's appearance in the upcoming Watch Dogs, to a questionable degree of success.