Watch Dogs 3 Revealed By Ubisoft AI Assistant Sam

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It seems that Watch Dogs 3 is in the works.Watch Dogs 3 Revealed By Ubisoft AI Assistant SamUbisoft’s AI helper, Sam is the company’s take on Siri and Alexa. Sam was made to help players get through tougher segments of Ubisoft’s game. At this time it is in beta and only available in Canada. Like most AI supporters and discussion bots, you type questions out to Sam that it answers. Some Ubisoft fans chose to ask it about Watch Dogs 3. This was motivated by an April Fool’s joke from Ubisoft which saw its PC game customer, Uplay, game a theme inspired by DedSec, a faction from the Watch Dogs games. The fact that the official Watch Dogs account tweeted and then deleted the phrase “That really is Everything” which ties into the Watch Dogs marketing phase “Everything is Connected” further afield enthusiast interest.
Nonetheless, Sam’s reply to queries concerning Watch Dogs 3 disclose that the game’s existence. When requested it said:

“Watch Dogs 3 isn’t finished yet, but from the last early build I attempted it’s quite solid. The Dev team works wonders! Can not wait for one to try it!”

What’s more, Ubisoft enthusiast channel Ubicentral captured the exact same response as you can see in the video below.

Considering that Ubisoft’s E3 2018 line up includes The Section two and little else, we will not be surprised to see Watch Dogs 3 creating an appearance. We just got a new Assassin’s Creed game in Assassin’s Creed Origins last year, and the next match is rumoured to get a 2019 release. This may visit Ubisoft alternate between Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed seeing that the gap between releases in its other franchises like Ghost Recon and The Crew appear to be a whole lot larger.

For what it’s worth, we discovered Watch Dogs 2 to be well worth enjoying. With plenty of gameplay options and a welcome degree of liberty, Watch Dogs 2 is a leading entry in Ubisoft’s open-world hacking business.

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