Watch Dogs' main story takes 40 hours to complete, 100 hours total content
Ubisoft Montreal's Jonathan Morin has revealed the volume of content that will be included in Watch Dogs when it arrives at the beginning of the summer.
Morin explained on Twitter that the main storyline of Watch Dogs should take between 35 and 40 hours to complete with side missions and other content pushing play time to around 100 hours in total. Elsewhere he revealed that during the added development time they've managed to slip in some extra content as well as polishing the game up.
“The entire development team has been working hard to polish and fine tune Watch Dogs in order to deliver a truly memorable open world game,” Morin revealed. “In parallel, the extra time also allowed the team to include a bit of additional content.”
Watch Dogs will be released on PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on May the 27th. The Wii U version is still in development although Ubisoft is unwilling to commit to a release date as yet.
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