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'Watch Dogs' on PS4 will define next-gen gaming in its mature phase, says Sony

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Watch Dogs has been touted as a game that will define what next-generation gaming is, and Sony echoed that sentiment further when they talked about how this game will end up representing what's to come on the PS4.

PlayStation UK Managing Director Fergal Gara recently talked about two games that are expected to define next-generation gaming and how Sony made sure to partner up with both of them.

"Two titles which will define what next generation gaming will look in its mature phase will be Watch Dogs and Destiny.

"These are two games we have aligned with closely and will have substantial exclusive PlayStation 4 content," Gara said.

Sony revealed how much exclusivity they will have with these two titles back at E3 this summer. They no doubt will have other exclusive content coming from additional games, but Destiny and Watch Dogs are two impressive titles to align with.

Consumers have flocked to both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 thus far, but 2014 should be a major year for the two systems to identify themselves more through the games they bring to each system.

Third party titles are going to be a major part of that and we tend to agree with Fergal that these two games will define what next-gen gaming can be.

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Thanks, Express.


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