Watch Dogs for Wii U Release Date Revealed

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

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Watch Dogs | Wii U

The Wii U version of Watch Dogs has gone down a rocky road. The open-world, privacy-invading adventure went from not being included in the initial announcement for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC at E3 2012, to being confirmed for the Wii U next to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, to being dramatically delayed to the end of this year, with simultaneous releases for all other previously mentioned platforms this past May. Many wondered about the fate of the Wii U version of Watch Dogs. Well, Ubisoft has finally answered that question on their twitter.

That’s right, for those that still held out for the Wii U version of Watch Dogs, you can pick it up November 20th (Assuming this date holds for both North America and Europe) this year. We’ve yet to even see footage of Watch Dogs running on Wii U and it’s been quiet up until now. If you haven’t picked it up on other systems, are you planning on picking it up the second-screen supporting edition of Watch Dogs or are you deflated in hype by the delay and may have other games to play on Wii U?

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