Watch Dogs Developed with New Engine

By | December 6, 2016

Where gamers are not fascinated with the project’s most ambitious gaming Ubisoft today – Watch Dogs? Introduced for the first time at E3 2012 ago, the game’s open world that one immediately caught the attention of all gamers around the world. Not only offers the world’s super spacious, Watch Dogs show quality visualization charming, full of detail, and wrapped with a gameplay mechanism based on unique technology. The announcement and the new gameplay video on the sidelines of the announcement of the Playstation 4 reinforced the reason for looking forward to this game. But where Ubisoft Montreal as developers get the ability to create such complexity? The answer: a new engine and visit clash royale astuce gamme

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Rumored to be carrying the same engine used for Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft Technical Director – Sebastien Viard denied it flatly. For the first time, he opened a secret, which allows Ubisoft Montreal reasons for creating the world and gameplay complex as Watch Dogs. All this can be realized by the presence of a new engine they call Disrupt. The engine itself was deliberately developed by Ubisoft Montreal from the beginning to facilitate the needs of Watch Dogs itself. Unfortunately, Ubisoft itself does not explain in detail what can be done by the new engine.
No wonder if the Watch Dogs look stunning, not only visually but also in terms of the complexity of the mechanism, and the world built by Ubisoft Montreal. All thanks to a new engine named Disrupt.

The presence of a new engine that was deliberately built specifically of course further strengthens reason to look forward to welcoming Watch Dogs. Menjajalnya directly? No doubt, the expectations of most gamers in the year 2013. Watch Dogs is rumored to be released later this year for most of the available platforms, including the Nintendo Wii U and PC. Get yourself ready to be Disrupt-ed!

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