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Watch Dogs 2 officially confirmed for E3

Watch Dogs 2

Just as last night's Ray-Ban-themed promo pack leak suggested, Watch Dogs 2 will be officially unveiled during Ubisoft's E3 conference this month. 

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In a press release just now, Ubisoft laid out their plans for E3, saying they will "present highly anticipated titles such as Watch Dogs 2, For Honor and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands".

As well as these confirmations, Ubisoft also promise "some surprises" and "new content for live games". 

“E3 is always a very special moment when everyone in the entertainment business does their best to amaze and engage gamers. For Ubisoft’s teams, it’s a period of pride and of anxious anticipation because they are finally showing off the games they’ve poured so much passion into, and receiving feedback from players and peers," said Yves Guillemot, co-founder and CEO, Ubisoft. 

"Our industry has evolved so much in the past 30 years, but what hasn’t changed is my love and respect for the limitless passion and talent of developers and players alike. The video game industry continues to enjoy strong momentum, with powerful new platforms that enable more creativity, expression and imagination. More than ever, videogames are showing how they will shape the future of entertainment. I can’t wait to be at E3 and see what the future has in store.”

Other confirmed Ubisoft games at E3 include experimental VR title Eagle Flight, and madcap RPG sequel South Park: The Fractured But Whole.

Ubisoft's conference takes place on Monday, June 13, starting at 1pm (PDT), with a 30 minute pre-show warming up to the event. 

For the full lowdown on this year's gaming event, check out our feature on all the confirmed games and rumoured titles at E3 2016

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NathSB(1 day 20 hours played)
1 Year ago

I hope they've learned from Watch_Dogs. That game had so much potential, and while I enjoyed it enough to almost finish it, it could have been so much more.

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1 Year ago

Totally agree. Too many little issues for it to be great, but it had some good ideas. The silenced weapons kinda broke the stealth, I found. That's probably my biggest complaint, as Splinter Cell gets stealth so right every time.