Ubisoft showed off Watch_Dogs during its E3 presentation last year and interest in the open-world action title has been high ever since.
The company is bringing it along for the ride this year too but the developers still appear to be nervous about how it will be received by the fans, seeing as they've had a year to digest that ten minute long presentation.
In an interview with MCV, the game's senior producer Dominic Guay said the development team wants to make sure it delivers on their promise to create the best possible experience:
As we are approaching the last months of our production, E3 is overlapping many other on-going priorities. Last year, we were nervous to show our creation to the world, which is a normal reaction to unveiling something that has been in the works for many years. You never know what the reaction will be. Well, I would say we are still in that mind-set. We have many more aspects of Watch_Dogs to present, many core features that have yet to be demonstrated. We take nothing for granted and push as hard as we can.
Watch_Dogs has since made an appearance during the reveal of the PlayStation 4 and anticipation appeared to be rife there too. It's due to be released in North America on 19th November, Europe on 21st November and in the UK on 22nd November.
Ubisoft's presentation will take place on 10th June and the company will be showing off plenty of other games too, including Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Rayman Legends and Splinter Cell: Blacklist.
We don't think Ubisoft has too much to worry about, but what about you? Are you looking forward to seeing more at E3? Let us know in the comment section below.