April 2, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
We know Watch Dogs has a lot of content, including types side missions you can keep performing after you get 100% completion in the game, but producer Dominic Guay recently shed a little more light on just how much side content there is.
“I’d provisionally say we have more side content to get engaged with than we do main content,” he told Games™, adding that players can spend “days and days” ignoring the story if they want to.
This side content will include stopping criminals, accepting contracts from the city’s factions, and checking out “narrative trends” through means such as hacking into phone conversations.
This sounds as though Watch Dogs will appeal the most to players who like to go off on their own and explore. What do you think? Does this make you excited for Watch Dogs?