Watch Dogs, which arguably stole the show last night during Ubisoft’s E3 press conference, is slowly revealing itself through a viral website accessed through the one QR code that appeared in the demo presented.
Scanning said QR code will take you to dotconnexion.ubi.com, which holds more information on Joseph Demarco (the guy who presumably got executed in the demo) and his art show featuring “underground artwork” of the digital era. Interviews with artists Simon Mitchell and Joy Ndidi Adebayo (characters) can also be read.
The site also informs us about Demarco’s art show going live in October through November, which may just hint at something happening then. We’ll probably not get the game, but some news are quite likely to make headlines.
In addition, and probably the most interesting bit most of us were wondering about, Ubisoft let know that Watch Dogs will be released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, making it a current-gen game despite the stunning graphics showcased during the presentation, which was more than likely played on a high-end PC.