According to a report from GamingBolt on Thursday, Jonathan Morin, who is the creative director on "Watch Dogs," talked about how gamers will always have someone watching them and that Aiden will climb.
"If you think you’re alone – think again. Everything and everyone is connected and part of the same network.
"This camera is yet another tease at our online direction and there is still a massive amount of information that will come your way regarding our plans for this. We just can’t wait to tell you guys more about it.
"Yes, Aiden will be able to climb buildings and navigate through the city of Chicago. He will also be able to use this skill on dynamic objects such as cars, which offers great opportunities during foot chases and combat," Morin said.
Morin then discussed how ctOS can not only be used by the players, but also by the police and people that are coming after you.
"ctOS is a system that manages entire cities to solve complex problems such as traffic jams, war against crime and power management. Not only can the police use it, but it is now part of their core strategies.
"In the end, ctOS is the kind of system that made it possible for police forces to be more efficient with less budget and resources. This is the reality in many major cities these days. If you do some search, you will see that some form of ctOS is already out there in key cities.
"The police are already using such systems and it’s only going to grow in the next few years. ctOS is far more relevant than people might think in 2013," Morin said.