Ubisoft finally admits it bit off more than it could chew in the first iteration of Watch Dogs.
Watch Dogs released yesterday, giving us the first look at shots taken exclusively from the Wii U version of the game.
Watch Dogs on Wii U was thought not to have any DLC available at launch, but it will be receiving some non-story missions.
The Nintendo eShop listing for Watch Dogs now shows the filesize of the game, as well as four never before seen screenshots.
Ubisoft has updated the ctOS Mobile companion app to be compatible with the Wii U version of the game.
Watch Dogs on Wii U is not getting any special edition releases in addition to having no DLC.
Ubisoft tweets a fan asking about DLC for their upcoming game, but quickly deletes the tweet when it sparks controversy.
Watch Dogs is headed to Wii U on November 20, after a very long six month delay.
Creative director Jonathan Morin has stated the team at Ubisoft is focusing on Wii U Watch Dogs.
Ubisoft’s online store has listed Watch Dogs for Wii U as a Fall 2014 title.
The latest Watch Dogs trailer welcomes players to Chicago of the future.
Creative director Jonathan Morin discusses why Ubisoft decided to delay the title at the last minute of 2013.
Will Watch Dogs be the last big budget title from Ubisoft that receives a Wii U release?
Watch Dogs for Wii U is still coming despite its delayed release date thanks to the GamePad.
Watch Dogs will be coming May 27th to other consoles, while the Wii U version is still delayed with no release date.
According to Ubisoft’s financial Q3 conference call, Watch Dogs for Wii U is still in development but will be delayed.
A new product schedule for Ubisoft shows the Wii U version of Watch Dogs is still on.