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Tuesday, 15 April 2014 07:41

Wii U version of Watch Dogs still coming

Written by David Stellmack

Likely a Fall 2014 release suggest sources

For those Wii U fans who were not happy about the news that Ubisoft was delaying the release of Watch Dogs on the Wii U, we have learned that it is now looking like it is still coming, but Wii U owners will have to wait till Fall of 2014 to get it.

Sources are suggesting to us that based on the latest information that they have, the delayed Wii U version is a long way off from release and it is likely that it will be Fall of 2014 till Ubisoft can get it out the door. The Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC version is still expected to arrive at the end of May.

We guess the best news for Wii U fans is that the gaming is still coming for their platform, but it seems that the Fall is a long time to wait for it. Of course that will give Nintendo some time to move some additional consoles before it arrives.

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