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Watch Dogs Adds a Diverse Roster of Personalities to Your Speed Dial

Posted by Sammy Barker

Siri, call Clara

Watch Dogs protagonist Aiden Pearce may have a smartphone so, er, smart that it can simulate human company, but you still can’t beat the real thing. As such, the hatted hero will have a slew of real-life accomplices in Ubisoft’s upcoming open world adventure, each stemming from a different walk of life.

Clara Lille, for example, is a hacker and an extra from the movie The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, while ‘T-Bone’ Grady is a bearded badass who’s probably the only person on the planet who still enjoys listening to the Deftones' back catalogue. Lastly, Jordi Chin is a hard as nails businessman with a sharp Kazuma Kiryu-esque suit.

You can enjoy a conference call with all of the game’s main characters courtesy of the explosive trailer embedded below. There’s not long to go now until the French publisher’s hack happy PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 excursion taps into your console. Have you already reserved your copy, or are you waiting for reviews? Hang up in the comments section.

[via youtube.com]

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User Comments (5)

Bad-MuthaAdebis

#1

Bad-MuthaAdebis said:

Pffft. Deftones are still decent noise. I get the impression most of these characters are filler more than integral to plot. always assumed hacker man was going to be a very solo game, looks like a lot of people are gonna be stuck with watchdogs with all the summer drop outs.

ShogunRokAdmin

#3

ShogunRok said:

They seem interesting enough, but given Ubisoft's inability to ever really flesh out characters to the extent that they deserve, I wouldn't count on them being anything special. Hope I'm wrong, though.

And the first thing I thought of when I saw Jordi Chin was Kazuma Kiryu, too.

Crimson_Ridley

#5

Crimson_Ridley said:

I can't shake the feeling that this game is going to smash it's face in to the ground. Splinter Cell Conviction went through a similar situation, and when it came out it was nowhere near the quality many were expecting. This game just looks bland, especially when it was originally in direct competition with GTA V. Sorry, Ubisoft, but that's hilarious.

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