HomeNewsUbisoft is now “fully focused” on Watch Dogs for the Wii U Jelani Thompson May 1, 2014 News You’ll have to wait a bit longer to play this game on the Wii U… With the release of other Watch Dogs for other consoles on the horizon, Creative Director at Ubisoft, Jonathan Morin has spoken to Red Bull Games about the delayed Wii U version of the game. In the conversation, Morin mentions that Ubisoft is “fully focused” on making Watch Dogs for the Wii U “the best version it can be”. Take a look at the full statement: “Right now [the Wii U version is] currently being done, but I’m not directly involved. We wanted to finish all the platforms that we are currently shipping,” Morin told Red Bull. “We needed those guys to get [the shipping versions] finished, and the good news now is that they’re all fully focused on the Wii U version, making sure it gets the attention it deserves to make it the best version it can be.” Unfortunately, no details were given about the release of Watch Dogs on the Wii U, but we only know that it will be sometime after the release of the game on other consoles (May 27). In Watch Dogs, Chicago is controlled by the country’s most advanced computer system that runs the city’s systems and follows every resident. You are the brilliant Aiden Pearce, a thug turned hacker who is compelled to avenge his family after a violent tragedy. Throughout the course of the game, you’ll need to monitor and manipulate the hyper-connected city and turn it into the ultimate weapon to exact revenge on your enemies. Are you still upset about Watch Dogs being delayed for the Wii U? After the whole Rayman Legends situation, this is the last thing that Ubisoft should be doing for Wii U owners? What new features do you think will make an appearance in this game? Let us know by leaving a comment below! Source: Red Bull Games Via: Gamespot Share this post: No related posts. Nintendo NewsUbisoftWii U NewsPart 13 of the Super Smash Bros. Melee Documentary Successfully FundedConception 2: Children of the Seven Stars Demo now Available on the European Nintendo eShopAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonNews Reporter Lives and breathes competitive Smash. Show me ya moves!