Ubisoft is unlikely to bring the Watch Dogs universe to smartphones, so indie developers have taken it upon themselves.
Watch Dogs Mobile is an open world adventure where players take on the role of Aiden Pearce, a stealthy hacker. His arsenal includes a trusty smartphone, with which you can hack cameras, gates and terminals in order to make your way to previously inaccessible places. Of course, the mobile version, and besides, from an indie studio, is cut off, like Spider-Man Open World.
It’s a pity that in Watch Dogs Mobile there are no passers-by and cars that you can get into. Instead, the local Aiden Pearce runs around a small area with invisible walls that prevent you from running far. There are no online features and missions either, which can already be alarming.
On the other hand, such “techno demos” show that modern smartphones are capable of a lot, if the developers had a desire. In the meantime, Ubisoft is developing a scheme with NFT and cryptocurrency and is releasing failed projects like Tom Clancy’s Elite Squad, whose servers are closed.