Watch Dogs is without a doubt one of the most intriguing titles that is coming out this holiday season, and with so many comparisons being drawn between it and other open-world games, some big questions naturally come to mind.
In games such as Grand Theft Auto or Saints Row the ability to fly aircrafts of various types or leave the city the story takes place in, are two features players look forward to. Ubisoft has yet to confirm how these two aspects will play into Watch Dogs, until now.
During an exclusive interview with Examiner.com, Dominic Guay, who is the title's senior producer, provided the explanation as to why players will not be able to fly aircrafts in Watch Dogs.
"Players will not fly aircrafts in WATCH_DOGS," Guay said. "We did not feel it was core to the experience we wanted to create."
Another item we were curious about was whether or not Chicago would be the only location that players would be able to visit over the course of the game.
While the Watch Dogs senior producer did confirm players will be able to go outside of Chicago, he did not elaborate any further.
"Players will be able to drive any wheeled vehicles, from trucks to motorcycles, or boats. This will allow them to explore the city proper, the rivers, the lake and even beyond the limits of Chicago," Guay said.
This is but a small taste of the rest of the interview with will have to share with you all very soon, but for those looking to take the fight into the sky with Watch Dogs, sorry to disappoint. Check back tomorrow when we share some all new, major details regarding Watch Dogs' multiplayer.