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‘Watch Dogs’ Official Box Art, New Images Released [Photo]

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Ubisoft has released official box art and a handful of new images for the open world adventure Watch Dogs.

As far as video game box art is concerned, the cover of the company’s highly-anticipated actioner isn’t too shabby. However, it’s the new images that really deserve some attention.

The collection of screenshots give interested gamers a chance to see the amount of detail packed into the Watch Dogs world. The images also show off the protagonist’s futuristic technology in action. One picture shows our hero using a device to dispatch an enemy using an circuit box.

As Cinema Blend points out, the images aren’t too far removed from the demo Ubisoft released earlier this week. For those who missed it the first time around, the video of Watch Dogs in action has been embedded below.

Although box art for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC have been released, there’s still no official word if the game will also be available for Playstation 4 or Xbox 720.

Ubisoft officially describes the game as follows:

“Watch Dogs is a ground-breaking open-world action-adventure game called designed by a team comprised of industry veterans from blockbuster franchises like ‘Assassin’s Creed,’ ‘Rainbow 6′ and ‘Far Cry.’ ‘Watch Dogs’ blends cutting-edge technologies and sophisticated game design into a realistic and living open world where players must use any means at their disposal to take down a corrupt system.”

Leaked promotional material suggests that Watch Dogs will be available for whatever home console happens to be available this holiday season. In addition to the PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3, Joystiq explains that the title will also be available for the Nintendo Wii U.

A gallery of all the new images has been included below.

A 10-minute demo of the game has also been included. Since the clip contains some language and violence, viewer discretion is advised.

Are you looking forward to Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs?

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