"Watch Dogs" has a main developer, but at Ubisoft there are many studios who tend to also work on the same game, and a new developer for "Watch Dogs" has been revealed.
According to a report from GamesIndustry on Thursday, Pauline Jacquey, who is the new managing director of Ubisoft Reflections, talked about how people did not know they have been working on "Watch Dogs."
"If people knew that we were developing 'Watch Dogs' at Reflections then yes. I'm not sure that a lot of people know.
"The guys we talk with, when we're looking at candidates to hire them, they're really really surprised that we would work on this game and they're very happy to come and work on it.
"We have a team of almost 90 guys working on 'Watch Dogs,' so one third of the team is in the UK," Jacquey said.
Jacquey then talked about their knowledge of the PlayStation 4 leading up to the press conference and how they are excited to be a major part of E3.
"No, we did not. No. It was very very secretive. I'm guessing some people knew more than I did but I tried to look for a lot of information, nothing leaked.
"Yesterday the producer of 'Watch Dogs' here in Reflections called out everyone in the studio, we showed the demo video, I made a small motivational speech, so it's an event for us as well.
"We're very proud, it's the first time in four years we're showing something at E3 and one of the pieces of content we're working on in Newcastle will be shown at E3, so it's very cool," Jacquey said.