While Sam doesn't reveal any details on where Ubisoft could take the series next, it may well be the start of a viral marketing campaign for Watch Dogs 3.
Now, this is far from confirmation that Watch Dogs 3 is under development, but when you put it all together, it's certainly food for thought. Ubisoft is developing a personal virtual assistant named SAM, which is already available in beta in Canada. Apparently the AI gaming buddy let slip info on Watch Dogs 3 when asked about a new Watch Dogs title, although this could be the random blather of a piece of technology gone wrong. Given that the games are known for hacking technology, it makes flawless sense that an announcement would be hiding in some forgotten Ubisoft AI.
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'Watch Dogs 3 is not finished yet, but from the last early build I tried it's very solid. One thing I'll be interested to see out of Ubisoft is how much more they'll be supporting their current games, though the move to The Division 2 will surely change things in that space. "The Dev team works wonders!" April Fool's Day allowed players to hack into an admin console (just like Watch Dogs itself) on the Uplay site and listed a series of unreleased games. After which we saw a Tweet from Official Watch Dogs Twitter account which said "This is Everything".
The tweet, which has since been deleted, read "This is Everything". "Can't wait for you to try it!"
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If this app is to be believed, we could see the third Watch Dogs get revealed at E3 2018.
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