Beyond a rough date, Ubisoft has been keeping ‘a tight lid on anything surrounding “Watch Dogs 2” aside from an apparent Spring 2017 release date.
Now, Gamespot reports that the title’s official unveiling will take place at E3 in Los Angeles where it’ll be a big part of Ubisoft’s presentation next week on June 13th.
Details about conference indicate Ubisoft will focus on “For Honor,” “Ghost Recon: Wildlands” and “Watch Dogs 2” as its three big titles getting a push along with the reveal of several unannounced games and projects.
The first “Watch Dogs” was a target of controversy after an E3 first look trailer two years before the game release showcased a version that was ultimately downgraded and led to strict rules about trailers showing what games will look like on regular machines and consoles – not just ultra high-end PCs.
Even so, its gameplay with a special hacking mechanic and interesting approach to multiplayer, has since earned it a following and the title has shipped more than nine million copies to date.
With the sequel likely being developed only for current gen consoles and not last gen (PS3, 360), the graphics issues will hopefully not be as much a problem this time.