Earlier this year, gaming giant Ubisoft did the beta on an artificial intelligence known as Sam to help gaming fans when needed. Only available in Canada at the moment, one fan recently asked it where a potential third game in the “Watch Dogs” franchise was.
This prompted the response: “Watch Dogs 3 is not finished yet, but from the last early build I tried it’s very solid. The Dev team works wonders. Can’t wait for you to try it.” EWarz (via Screen Rant) posted a screen cap of the conversation suggesting the game is further along than expected and could be ready to announce at E3 in June.
The bit follows on from two other online instances in April suggesting some serious movement on the franchise has begun again. The first game hit consoles in 2014 and broke records. The sequel didn’t sell as well but was more critically well received and ended on a cliffhanger teasing London as a possible location.
Ubisoft has previously announced that four AAA games are coming from them in the next year with the line-up now looking almost certainly like “Watch Dogs 3,” “The Division 2,” “The Crew 2” and “Skull and Bones”.