Here's something you don't see every day. Marc Cieslak, reporter for BBC Click, has conducted an interview about Watch Dogs Legion from within the game's virtual London.
The journalist paid a visit to Ubisoft in order to speak with creative director Clint Hocking, but in a brilliant twist, the pair carried out the interview inside the upcoming sequel. Cieslak and Hocking, after both undergoing preparations for full performance capture, have a brief conversation about the game while appearing to be on Legion's near-future London streets. It's pretty cool -- check it out above.
According to the BBC, it's a world first, and we can't remember another example of this. It's an interesting idea, though, and we'd expect this sort of thing to occur more often -- especially now the idea is out there. In terms of information from the interview, there's nothing we don't know already. It's just novel to see a serious interview taking place from within the game.
What do you think of this? Would you like to see this type of thing more often? Hack your way into the comments below.
"This isn't the real Piccadilly Circus."
Hopefully means we can hear an update on the game soon, been interested in this since the first bits of info came out.
Maybe soon you will be able to visit specialist shops that take all the pictures and data needed so you can upload it into certain games. Imagine playing fifa or some rpg with an accurate in game version of yourself.
@BearsEatBeets Agreed. We need more of this.
On the video itself I actually enjoyed it , nice presentation and idea , great stuff
Yea saw it a few days ago. Really cool.
Does this mean we can send Sammy over to Santa Monica Studios to interview Cory Barlog with Kratos and Atreus when God of War 2 is announced?
The future is now.
Did the interviewer do his mo-cap on a rowing boat?
@Deadlyblack I'll get packing.
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