Watch Dogs senior producer Dominic Guay says that they want to “breach the walls” between the single player and the multiplayer aspect of the game. Though much is still not known about the actual multiplayer itself and how it’ll play out, we do know that connectivity is a huge part of how players will interact with others online.
“We want him to be able to go from single-player to multiplayer without having to go through a lobby, to menus, to various game settings.” Guay said talking about the seamless transition between single and miltiplayer. ”We want the player to be surprised when he meets other players…”
Our mobile devices will also play a big role, ”We wanted the player to be able to connect to Watch Dogs even through his mobile,” Guay said, “Be able to play directly with people who are on their console, who are on their PlayStation 4, even if he’s on the bus. Basically to be attached to our game world even when he steps out of the living room.”
We expect to hear more from Guay and his development team on the multiplayer component of Watch Dogs at E3, stay tuned for more info.