Watch Dogs gets Australian release date, new trailer

Ubisoft's hacker game will be available on current consoles, as well as PlayStation 4 and "other next generation consoles", on 21 November.

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Ubisoft's much anticipated title Watch Dogs has been given a release date, with the titled arriving in Australia and New Zealand on 21 November.

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Watch Dogs will be available on Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 3 and Wii U, as well as PlayStation 4, as previously announced. Ubisoft has said that the "game is also planned for other next generation consoles", which we assume means the next generation of Xbox.

Ubisoft also detailed the four different special editions available, all with the requisite bells, whistles, "exclusive digital content", statues, collectibles and more. You can view all of them at the Ubisoft Store.

Perhaps the strangest is the Vigilante Edition, which has replicas of protagonist Aiden Pearce's cap and mask for the purchaser to wear.

You can watch the new trailer for Watch Dogs below.