Watch Dogs 3 E3 Announcement Hinted By Social Media Account
Though Ubisoft haven’t been too forthcoming about their potential next Watch Dogs game, details about Watch Dogs 3 nonetheless continue to spill onto the internet. Rumored aspects such as the game’s setting and gameplay details have been unearth so far, but what hasn’t seemed as clear is when players might have their first look at the upcoming hacking-focused title. However, by the looks of a new Twitter account, a full announcement may be primed for E3 2019.
An officially verified profile for “Watch Dogs UK” recently went live on the social media site, it dedicated to “the latest news, trailers & info” regarding the Watch Dogs series. The account currently has no posted tweets, but it’s recent emergence may suggest Ubisoft has some Watch Dogs-centric news lined up for the immediate future. With E3 2019 proceedings coming up in a few weeks, it may be telling of an announcement planned to take place at the event.
What may work against the idea of a Watch Dogs 3 reveal is the account’s profile images, which depict content from the 2016 release of Watch Dogs 2. However, these could be easily changed once the rumored threequel is revealed, it’s current layout being a placeholder for the time being. Whenever the announcement happens, reports have suggested the series is headed to London, England for the new installment, with support supposedly planned for well into the next console generation.
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