Watch Dogs 2 is already in development and it will support Microsoft’s latest API DirectX 12. So, if we see current conditions, it could perform better on AMD hardware as according to rumors NVIDIA next-Gen Pascal architecture is also struggling with Asynchronous Compute. Developers will share more details about new titles at E3.
Watch Dogs 2 Will Support DirectX 12, Confirmed by Ubisoft
The first Watch Dogs wasn’t the best of what Ubisoft brought to the table and Creative director of the development team Jonathan Morin in GamesTMadmitted their mistakes in the game interview and said that the next sequel (Watch Dogs 2) will not contain such things they are trying to deliver the best gaming experience possible.
“The upcoming Watch Dogs 2,” as specified by Ubisoft amid AMD’s occasion, is relied upon to release in Fall for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, be that as it may, a final release window is yet to be reported. The title will be a sequel of the first Watch Dogs.
This project was ambitious from the get go so we were very excited to have this opportunity to feed our minds with so much player feedback. Add the press [feedback] and our own internal data and we now have everything we need to identify what worked and what could be improved. Watch Dogs is a great game. But it is also the beginning of something bigger.
One question is still mystery that, will Aiden Pearce return? Well, in my personal opinion, he will not make an entry in this sequel.
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