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Watch Dogs screen appears to include links to Assassin’s Creed series

Wednesday, 9th April 2014 09:09 GMT By Dave Cook

Watch Dogs has been rumoured to exist in the same world as Assassin’s Creed for some time now, and either this is actually Ubisoft’s intent or the publisher is messing with people for fun, but it appears that a new screen has stoked the fire a little.

It follows details of the Watch Dogs season pass, which includes a new playable character and more. Hit the link to see what you’ll get.

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Can you see it yet?

No?

The icon on the bottom left corner of Aidan’s smartphone app has its title blurred out, suggesting that Ubisoft doesn’t want people to see what it is just yet. If you flip the logo upside down, it looks a lot like this:

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That’s the symbol of the Assassin Order from Assassin’s Creed flipped around and imposed over the original image. Coincidence? Who knows?

It’s the claim of Reddit user Kurashu, who created the image above. It remains to be seen if the games are linked, or if Ubisoft’s just having some fun, but it’s a neat little discovery at any rate.

Watch Dogs is out May 27.

Via DualShockers.

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5 Comments

  1. TheKeyPit

    After finding some stuff about the ctos from watchdogs in AC4 I already assumed they are connected.

    #1 5 months ago
  2. fihar

    Just read today that Brian Reitzell is doing the music for this.
    How come they’re not advertising that?

    #2 5 months ago
  3. YoungZer0

    @fihar

    Who?

    Also, no. That’s not the AC Logo. That’s the logo of one of the Banksy-inspired characters in the game. He’s wearing a mouse head.

    #3 5 months ago
  4. Fluffershy

    It’s obviously blurrred out but I see the words “Digital Militia”

    #4 5 months ago
  5. Malvus

    That’s the icon for this. http://watchdogs.wikia.com/wiki/Defalt – The app is probably something related to multiplayer or hacking other players. Either way it looks exactly like the Defalt logo.

    #5 5 months ago

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