Watch Dogs’ PC graphics demo released in partnership with NVIDIA

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By on April 11, 2014 at 4:05 pm

Want to see what Watch Dogs looks like on PC? Of course you do, and the answer is: pretty great. Ubisoft, of course, have that whole “technical partnership” thing with NVIDIA going, so it’s no surprise that they’re teaming up to convince people to gear up for the high-end version of the game.

Check it out, and then hit up the revised system requirements to see if this game is right for you.

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Not sure if i want to get this for ps4 or my PC.

Option ps4; Something to play on my ps4.

Option PC: Pretty.

Help.

 

PC because… reasons!

 
kaptaintoenail

This could be one of those games where you play it on both..It’s Bonafide!

 

PC because you can get it for $30 for deluxe version https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/140085

 

mrfunnel: Option ps4; Something to play on my ps4.

inFamous/everything that has come out on PS+. should keep you entertained on the PS4.

 
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