"impossible," asserting no such thing.
She calls it a "true next gen game for sure". Remarks about a 'downgrade' came from a GIF that starting circulating, reportedly showing its visual flair isn't what it once was.
"It is impossible," Ubisoft's Tessa Vilyn. "Of couse it is not downgraded at all." The in question shows a 'then and now' section of gameplay.
"I love graphics," she continued, "its because i know they look good i'm bummed they think differently about it... its a true next gen game for sure... for sure.." Watch Dogs is no stranger to this accusation as a special trailer before led to accusations of the graphic fidelity being 'watered down'.
"Believe me the game is not downgraded," Vilyn later said, "that would just be a bit ridiculous."
Last year creative director Jonathan Morin said there was "no scale down in quality, especially the next-gen versions."
"It's pretty much the opposite," Morin continued. "What we showed at E3 2012 in a lot of respects was less good. I think it's in the details. So no, there's no scale down." Only time will tell and at least now we know how much longer to wait.
Watch Dogs releases on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One and PS4 May 27th.
Ubisoft responds to Watch Dogs visual criticism, "not downgraded at all"
07 March 2014 | By Simon Priest