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Meet the characters from Watch Dogs

09 May 14

Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Watch Dogs that introduces us to some more of the characters in the game.

Fans are already familiar with Watch Dogs' main character Aiden Pearce. This trailer gives us new insight to some of the other characters that appear in the game- hackers, thugs, fixers and crime lords.

Some characters are friends, while others are enemies.

In a city of 3 million people, who can Pearce trust in Chicago?

Watch Dogs releases simultaneously worldwide on May 27th for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360.

A Wii U version will be released later in the year.

Check out the new characters:

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