Ubisoft is planning to bring a new Watch Dogs game to E3 2016 and is already working on a new Far Cry title, according to a new report from The Rebel.
Citing a source at Ubisoft Montreal, the report says that gameplay footage for a yet unannounced Watch Dogs sequel will be shown at this year’s E3, scheduled to take place June 14-16.
Ubisoft has also reportedly begun the early stages of development on a new Far Cry game to follow the upcoming Far Cry Primal.
There is still no official confirmation of a Watch Dogs sequel, though the title was spotted in a developer’s LinkedIn profile last year. Recent rumors say the sequel is planned for a Q4 release and will be set in San Francisco this time around.
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