‘Watch Dogs 2’ News & Update: Ubisoft Not Keen on Including the Game on PS4 Pro Launch [VIDEO]By A. Lara, UniversityHerald Reporter
Ubisoft has allowed the chance to pass on them after they confirmed that "Watch Dogs 2" will not be part of PS4 Pro's launch titles. In an interview with Ubisoft's Jonathan Morin, he said that currently, the team is working on delivering the title to the XBox One, PC and PLayStation 4 platforms.
The move detaches the developer from the bandwagon of other developers, clamouring to include their games in the new PS4 Pro. Despite the decision, Ubisoft is not closing their doors on finding new platform for "Watch Dogs 2" in the future.
Also, Morin did not outright rejected the idea of "Watch Dogs 2" coming to the PS4 Pro console. He did not deny any insinuation that possibly in the future, they will be able to integrate the game to the new PS4 Pro.
In his interview on the HipHopGamer, he said "Right now we're focusing on November 15 with PS4 and Xbox and PC. As far as the other opportunities, we still have to look into those. We have nothing to announce on that right now. And I am sure plenty of other programmers are looking into these opportunities, but for us, for now, it's PC, and Xbox One, and PS4."
In a report by Segment Next, the revelation is seemingly odd, considering that after the recent PlayStation meeting, "Watch Dogs 2" is one of the games featured on the PS4 Pro console. Players who are looking forward to acquire the should also know that, the minimum system requirement to play "Watch Dogs 2" include a 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 or 3.0GHz AMD Phenom II X4 940 processor, 6GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX460 or AMD Radeon HD5850 GPU, 25GB internal storage and DirectX 9.0x compatible sound card.
"Watch Dogs 2" release date has been moved to Nov. 29 from its original Nov. 15 schedule.