Watch Dogs With A Video To Compare Graphics Quality

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Many players of the open world action-adventure Watch Dogs were concerned about the graphics of the game on Wii U. As the quality of the game on PS4 and Xbox One was really good, some people asked whether or not the game will manage to keep the same graphics on Wii U. Now, a comparison video between the Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game is available.

In the video the screen is split to demonstrate the differences between the versions. After watching the video, many players say that the Wii U version of Watch Dogs looks more like the PS4 version. Surprisingly, players comment that in the video the Wii U version does not seem similar to the PS3 and Xbox 360 releases of the game.

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Indeed, it seems that the frame rate on PS3 is not at all so good as it was expected to be. Indeed, the performance seems really bad. However, the Wii U version of the game has its flaws and misses some details players can enjoy in the PS4 edition of the game. On PS4, Watch Dogs looks much better with the dynamic shadows that bring the characters in the game to life and make the world look realistic to the players.

The release of Watch Dogs on Wii U was delayed. Initially, it was planed for May, together with the release for the game on consoles and PC, but later it was said to be expected later the same year. Of course, such delay is excused, in case that developers need some more time to work on improving the technical performance of the game.

In Ubisoft's Watch Dogs players find themselves in a world in which the vigilante Aiden Pearce can hack electronic devices connected to the city's central operating system. The character has to complete different missions in the game and explore the city.

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