Engadgets / GamesIndustry International The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Watch Dogs have been receiving a lot of attention over the past couple of weeks, and with the game coming to PC and PlayStation consoles, it’s safe to say that the game is well on its way to reaching a big audience.
But with its huge release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, it may be hard for PC gamers to see the full potential of the game if they only get a glimpse of its game modes and online features.
So what’s the game’s full potential?
The most obvious difference between the Xbox One version of Watch Dog and the PC version is that the PC game has a much smaller online server, with a smaller number of servers to host games.
However, there’s no doubt that Watch Dogs on PC is more polished and feature-rich than the Xbox 360 version, and it’s also the game with the most features, including online play, a persistent online save file system, and a host of online features that were present in the Xbox Live Arcade version of the original game.
While it’s impossible to say whether Watch Dogs will have a good enough chance of hitting PC in the near future, the PC versions of the PS4 and Xbox One versions of The Last of Us and Far Cry 4 have already been confirmed to be playable on the PC.
It’s unlikely that the Xbox Ones and PlayStation Four versions of this game will have much to show for themselves when it comes to online play and multiplayer, and if the console versions do have more online features, they’ll likely be of little use to PC gamers who have to rely on third-party servers to keep up with the action.
So how does Watch Dogs compare to The Last Of Us?
While Watch Dogs and The Last Inaugural were released on the same day in 2014, The Last Last Of