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Watch Dogs Senior Producer Dominic Guay and Creative Director Jonathan Morin are the stars of the first episode of “Conversations With Creators,” a new PlayStation Blog feature that will delve into the inner workings of developers working with the PS4.
Guay praised the system’s power over and over again. He also strongly hinted that the best version of Watch Dogs would be on the PS4, saying it allows them to add in “More details [and] more immersion” while also “[increasing] the density of things.” But don’t expect anything too different On the PS4 as Guay also said, “It’s the same game experience, but basically magnified on the PlayStation 4.”
Guay also mentioned, once again, that Watch Dogs will include some kind of app-based multiplayer. It’s unknown if this feature is exclusive to the PS4, but the idea is that players will be able to enter the “game world” of another player from their smartphone or tablet and do… something. It’s still very vague, but it sounds interesting, right?
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