Watch Dogs 3 London Setting Rumors Supported With New Report
With E3 2019 fast approaching, many have been wondering about what big games are on the horizon over at Ubisoft. The large publisher has recently had a string of massive releases with Far Cry: New Dawn and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. However, it remains a mystery as to what big Ubisoft franchises that have been slightly dormant will be next up with a new release. One such franchise is Watch Dogs, which has had many eagerly awaiting the third game in the series. Now, a new report suggests that the Watch Dogs 3 London setting rumored in previous findings may actually be true.
Jason Schreier recently released a new article on Kotaku about what he believes to be an Easter egg in The Division 2 that reveals the next Assassin’s Creed game location. In the piece, Schreier makes reference to Ubisoft’s trend of hinting at details about their upcoming games with Easter eggs found in their releases. The examples he gives include the Pioneer announcement trailer found in Watch Dogs 2 as well as the Watch Dogs 2 patch that implied the next game might be set in London. Schreier follows up this reference by saying “(which it is)”, which seems to indicate that he is quite committed to this implication being true.
It should be noted that Ubisoft has not commented on these rumors, nor have they even officially announced Watch Dogs 3 yet. Schreier is one of the most esteemed members of the video game press, with highly cited reports lately on Anthem and video game unionization, so him staking his claim so deeply on this one is surely a good sign for the London rumors being true. The future will hopefully soon tell us if Watch Dogs 3 is indeed going across the pond for a jolly hackathon through London.
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