If you are an advocate for limitless boundaries, like me, and enjoy the opportunities of said freedoms that befall a good open world game like Grand Theft Auto or The Elder Scrolls, then you are going to want to immerse yourself within Watch Dogs.

If you enjoy listening to great voice acting, like me, and prefer the strong narratives and beguiling conversation that occur in games like Uncharted or Mass Effect, then you are going to want to listen closely to Watch Dogs.

If you crave innovative game-play, like me, and enjoy the explosive action and mind-blowing graphics the likes of which franchises such as Metal Gear Solid and Gears of War offer with every new iteration, then you are going to want to open your eyes to the world of Watch Dogs.

What is Watch Dogs, you ask? Simple. At its barest foundations, it is a video game. But the further you gaze into the kaleidoscope of awesomeness that was unveiled by developer Ubisoft Montreal in game-play footage shown at the annual E3 convention in LA’s Convention Center, then you will realize it is much more than that. It is a game that is set to revolutionize a genre of video games that has been in dire need of an adrenaline shot for the better part of five years.

It is an important milestone in an ever widening timeline that has grown increasingly crowded thanks to the perpetual demand for digital nonconformity.

Behold: Watch Dogs.

It has been confirmed from Ubisoft that Watch Dogs will be released on XBOX 360, Playstation 3, and Microsoft Windows. Given the advent of Nintendo’s upcoming next-gen console, speculation has been running rampantly that it will also be released on the Nintendo Wii U.

As far as a release date is concerned, while Ubisoft has not yet made a formal announcement, it is heavily rumored to be, at the very least, a full year away from being completed. That said, if this game-play footage is a mere precursor to what we can all expect in the final product come summer 2013? Then quite frankly, us gamers have much to look forward to.

Source: IGN