no, that'll be Infamous Second Son LAWL. Watch Dogs on the other hand, 40 to 100 hours of gameplay, with a possible rating of R18, with a deep online multiplayer element intermingled into the game world's singleplayer.
refreshing to hear about a seemingly, big, dense, game world that actually seems populated...different gameplay concepts and ideas for its singleplayer, as well multiplayer...40 to a 100 hours of gameplay without having to play the same singleplayer campaign over just to see some minor tweaks in the story...a mature game rating. and with this board having mostly adults on it i assume a game geared towards adults should be appreciated.
Creative Director claims Watch Dogs will take average player "35-40" hours to complete
"Asked about the games' length, Morin stated that an average player, doing plenty of the open-world stuff that Watch Dogs has touted for a while, can expect the game to last somewhere between 35-40 hours of playtime. Completionists who want to see everything, however, will be looking at a time closer to a hundred hours."
Watch Dogs new content provoked R18+ reclassification Extra development time allowed for more scenes, new version had to be resubmitted
"The ACB report states "The game contains references to sexual violence that cannot be accommodated in the MA15+ classification category, which states that "sexual violence, implied or otherwise, is not permitted"
Watch Dogs hands-on - hacker magic, vigilante action and multiplayer invasions
"Watch Dogs' hacking mechanic is designed to sit on top of all the traditional activities of an open-world game."
now this...seems like a real next gen open world game despite the dip in graphics from E3. ALWAYS Gameplay>Graphics...this game seems exciting. and it didnt even need 1st party support from Sony or Microsoft. Watch Dogs still seems as impressive as it was at its initial E3 reveal...now for many other reasons though, besides just the graphics. i'm sure some will disagree though for some reasons...but :]