Watch Dogs PS4 gameplay excites

By Alan Ng - May 18, 2014

Are you excited about Watch Dogs? We have just over one week to go until Ubisoft’s great big hope is unleashed globally for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. If you are looking for early Watch Dogs gameplay, you’ll be pleased to hear that some have already managed to get their hands on the game.

As expected though, Ubisoft wants you to wait until launch and are currently in the process of removing any gameplay videos that appear on YouTube – standard practise for all big game launches.

That hasn’t stopped users from uploading Watch Dogs gameplay via alternative methods. We have spotted that Watch Dogs PS4 gameplay is available online, footage that has been captured in stunning 1080p graphics.

After all the concerns about whether console versions of Watch Dogs would look as good as PC, we can safely say that it won’t be an issue. Watch Dogs on PS4 looks stunning and it looks like Ubisoft are definitely going to be living up to the sheer hype and expectation.

We won’t upload gameplay for you here for obvious reasons, but we can point you in the direction of where the gameplay is located, courtesy of All Games Beta who have everything for you here. There is over 3 minutes of breathtaking gameplay to enjoy which should firmly ease any doubts that you may have had over the game.

We understand why Ubisoft are looking to remove any gameplay, but if you ask us it just increases the demand for the game further. Check out the footage while you can and let us know how excited you are for the game.

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  • seeafish

    1080p? Didn’t Ubisoft say it ran at 900p on PS4??

    • Jim Peterson

      Upscaled to 1080p.

      • seeafish

        Oh nice!
        Edit: also, duhh, of course. Not fully awake yet heh.

  • lorelai4cuties

    I’m pretty excited 😊
    So when we can pre download the game digitally?