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Watch Dogs Achievement List and Other Details

We are a mere 16 days away from the launch of one of the most anticipated games coming out this year. As a new IP, Watch Dogs has a lot to prove. Being so close to launch day, more details about the game are starting to reveal themselves.

Just recently, Xbox Achievements was able to recover the complete Watch Dogs achievement list. The list consists of 38 achievements with a predictable 1000 gamerscore in total. The list consists of the usual suspects. Gamers will unlock several achievements through playing through the storyline. There are a slew of multiplayer achievements, including competing in online races, hacking other players, and tailing player targets. Gamers will also be expected to finish several side quest missions, and random tasks, like taking out tires on 15 different vehicles. At first glance, it looks like you will be able to complete all achievements in the first play through. Although, there are still 6 secret achievements we don’t know about yet.

We have also seen over at that the game will need a 20.42GB install on the Xbox One. The PC version will also need at least 25 GB of disk space, and will require players to use Ubisoft’s Uplay game services platform.

Ubisoft last week released a trailer showing off the different characters fill out the cast of the game.

Watch Dogs will launch on May 27 for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC. Ubisoft is also hard at work on the Wii U version of the game, and hopes for that version to launch soon. For PC gamers, be sure to check out this digital download price guide.

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Adam Frick, founder of GamesFinity, combines a BS in Computer Science and two decades of programming experience to provide in-depth game reviews. A former esports competitor and indie game developer, Adam specializes in the technical aspects of RTS, FPS, Simulation, and City Builder video games. Known for his expertise in video game history, his gaming journey started with an NES in 1993, leading to interviews with industry icons and convention appearances. Connect with him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

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