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EB Games Watch Dogs Midnight Launch Locations

26 May 14

EB Games has now listed all of the stores in New Zealand that will be holding midnight launches for Watch Dogs.

EB Games will be opening some stores on Monday May 26th at 10:00pm. This gives you two hours to wait and talk until Watch Dogs officially releases on Tuesday May 27th on 12:01am.

Watch Dogs will be available on the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Check out the EB Games stores holding midnight launches for the game below:

North Island

Albany
Bayfair
Botany Downs
Chartwell
Coastlands
Cuba Mall
Hastings
Johnsonville
Manukau
New Plymouth
Palmerston Nth 2 Downtown
Porirua
Queen St
Queensgate
Rotorua
St Lukes
The Base, Hamilton
Wanganui
Westcity
Whangarei

South Island

Blenheim
Riccarton
Richmond

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