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Watch Dogs (stylized as WATCH_DOGS) is an action-adventure video game franchise developed and published by Ubisoft. The series' eponymous first title was released in 2014, and it has featured three games in total, the most recent being 2020's Watch Dogs: Legion. Several tie-in books and a comic book miniseries set in the games' universe have also been published. The series performed well both financially and critically. Watch Dogs and Watch Dogs 2 sold over 10 million units each. The game engine Disrupt is made for series development.

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  • Watch Dogs (stylized as WATCH_DOGS) is an action-adventure video game franchise developed and published by Ubisoft. The series' eponymous first title was released in 2014, and it has featured three games in total, the most recent being 2020's Watch Dogs: Legion. Several tie-in books and a comic book miniseries set in the games' universe have also been published. Gameplay in the Watch Dogs games focuses on an open world where the player can complete missions to progress an overall story, as well as engage in various side activities. Most of the gameplay revolves around driving, shooting, and stealth, with occasional role-playing and puzzle elements. The Watch Dogs games are set in fictionalized versions of real-life cities (Chicago, San Francisco, and London), at different points in time. The series centers on different hacker protagonists who, while having different goals to achieve, find themselves involved with the criminal underworld of their respective cities. The antagonists are usually corrupt companies, crime bosses, and rival hackers who take advantage of ctOS (central Operating System), a fictional computing network that connects every electronic device in a city together into a single system and stores personal information on most citizens. The player also has access to ctOS, which can be used to control various devices to assist them in combat or solving puzzles. The series performed well both financially and critically. Watch Dogs and Watch Dogs 2 sold over 10 million units each. The game engine Disrupt is made for series development. (en)
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  • Watch Dogs (en)
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  • 2020-10-29 (xsd:date)
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  • Watch Dogs: Legion (en)
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  • Watch Dogs (en)
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  • Watch Dogs (stylized as WATCH_DOGS) is an action-adventure video game franchise developed and published by Ubisoft. The series' eponymous first title was released in 2014, and it has featured three games in total, the most recent being 2020's Watch Dogs: Legion. Several tie-in books and a comic book miniseries set in the games' universe have also been published. The series performed well both financially and critically. Watch Dogs and Watch Dogs 2 sold over 10 million units each. The game engine Disrupt is made for series development. (en)
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  • Watch Dogs (en)
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