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NVidia released new drivers for GeForce GTX users that brings new features such as HBAO+, TXAA, improvements to SLI and DirectX 11. This update will bring "Watch Dogs Game Ready" performance to PC
Watch Dogs has been built on Ubisoft's new 'Disrupt' engine. There was a lot of controversy surrounding Watch Dog's graphics approaching its launch but ultimately the game looks amazing on PC.
Sony claims on their PlayStation website that "Watch Dogs" will be able to run in full 1080p at 60FPS on the PlayStation 4. While this may be true, it still has not been confirmed by Ubisoft.
A Reddit thread claims that Microsoft uploaded footage from a PS4 build of the upcoming Ubisoft game "Watch_Dogs" on its YouTube channel. The alleged clip has since been taken down.
Microsoft's latest official themes for Windows 8 include more beautiful images of nature, some cute kittens and a theme from Ubisoft's upcoming hacking-themed game Watch_Dogs.
More games have now been confirmed to be coming to Microsoft's Xbox One game console, including Ryse, a game that was first announced for the Xbox 360 console three years ago.
Ubisoft's upcoming action game Watch Dogs has hacking as one of its major features and the development team is receiving some feedback on hacking from security firm Kaspersky Lab.
Two Ubisoft employees briefly had their LinkedIn pages listing "X720" versions of Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed 4 before they were removed, a sign both games are coming to Microsoft's next Xbox.
A host of major third party game developers, including members of Bungie, are either in New York City or headed to NYC only hours before Sony's PlayStation press event tonight.