Remember the news about the “locked” out graphical features in Watch Dogs? Well Ubisoft has finally released a statement about those options and a claim as to why they were hidden in the first place. According to Ubisoft the reason they were hidden had nothing to do with denying users game settings. It was all about “possible impacts on visual fidelity, stability, performance and overall gameplay quality”.
Whenever a new game hits the streets you can bet there will be a less-than-legal copy either right before, or right after. This was the case with the new game "Watch Dogs. Shortly before the retail release there were multiple copies available from different sources. One of the most popular sources was BitTorrent. Sadly, someone decided to taint that version with a bitcoin mining utility.
The development of the upcoming Watch Dogs has come to an end and the game is finally sent to duplication so it can arrive on time to the shops around the world - Ubisoft has confirmed this on the official blog by dismissing the slightest possibility of further delays.
Jonathan Morin from Ubisoft Montreal has confirmed via Twitter that the demo version of awaited sandbox title Watch Dogs will not be released before the full game. Judging by Morin, for the creation of demo they need time which have decided to spend on the development of the game itself.
Yves Guillemot of Ubisoft said through the financial reports that they plan to reveal the exact date of the Watch Dogs release very soon, and also confirmed that the game definitely comes out in the period between April and June this year. The Wii U version of Ubisoft's title is delayed, so mentioned time period applies only to editions of Watch Dogs on the PC, PlayStation 3 and 4, and the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.