From Aiden Pearce to Marcus Holloway, the Watch Dogs series has left a long lasting mark and earned many fans because the riveting stories of the two titles. Now, there is a strong suggestion that a third social justice crusade is in the works.
After some time since the release of Watch Dogs 2, fans have already begun anticipating when the next Watch Dogs would hopefully come out. Many speculated that Ubisoft would maintain the game’s general release time frame, which indicates that a third Watch Dogs should be on the way this year. However, the community’s excitement towards that possibility was demolished, as some had fallen victim to Ubisoft’s cruel Watch Dogs April Fool’s joke. Since then, it’s no wonder why Ubisoft was mistrusted, until three days later they tweeted a mysterious phrase saying “This is everything”, hinting towards Watch Dogs’ motto. But that tweet was quickly deleted yet not so quickly forgotten.
Early this year, Ubisoft created an AI named Sam which is still in need of much improvement. For now, Sam is available as a beta in Canada. During its testing period, people discovered that when the AI is asked about a possible Watch Dogs 3, it shamelessly spills the beans.
The game has merely been leaked, and fans are already making enthusiastic demands. Some are hoping for a brand new story line or a sequel to Aiden Pearce. Few fans hope that the game doesn’t release at all. However, it is well recognized that Watch Dogs and Watch Dogs 2 have been amazingly developed games in their own way. Aiden Pearce’s story is serious and melancholy as he manipulates the ctOS to hunt down the ones who killed his family. Marcus Holloway plays as a social justice hero, determined to expose the corruption of the ctOS 2.0 to citizens. So it easily piques one’s interest as to where Ubisoft might go for the third plot line.
As of now, there is no other information provided about the development of Watch Dogs 3. Fans of the game are implored to be present for Ubisoft’s E3 press conference taking place on June 11th, 2018 to learn more information.