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New Watch Dogs gameplay video

A new video shows off six minutes of Ubisoft's upcoming action and hacking game Watch Dogs.

A new video shows off six minutes of Ubisoft's upcoming action and hacking game Watch Dogs.

(Credit: Ubisoft)

While Watch Dogs doesn't launch in Australia until 21 November, Ubisoft is firmly in marketing mode for the new title, already revealing the various versions that are available for pre-order.

This new video shows around six minutes of gameplay, including scenes of Aiden Pearce infiltrating guarded areas to open up new locations for hacking, and a car chase section showing how Pearce can use various techniques to evade the police.

A note on the video states that it's running on a PC that has "the power of next-gen consoles", while being controlled via an Xbox 360 controller.

Ubisoft has confirmed that the game will be available for the PlayStation 4 (PS4), and it's presumed that a version for the next-generation Xbox will also be available.

Updated at 2.45pm, AEST: The gameplay video has been removed from YouTube, sadly. We've replaced the embedded video with a shorter developer diary about Watch Dogs and the PS4 from Sony.