After Ubisoft’s amazing E3 presentation, Watch Dogs has made its way to the top of the most anticipated games list for a lot of gamers. An open-world game with a fresh gameplay twist and a story centered around the ever-changing world of technology, Watch Dogs already has a lot of hype. Apparently, Ubisoft wants more.
Today, this interesting new website was presented to me, detailing an art exhibit known as dotconnexion. However, the front page reads:
It is with great regret that we inform you that Joseph Demarco passed away in a tragic, yet unexplained accident. Being one of the most important philanthropists in the local digital art scene, his demise has left a deep void in the community. Out of respect for his friends and family, the dotconnexion exhibition will be cancelled.
The dotconnexion Team
For those who may not remember, Joseph Demarco is the character from the Watch Dogs demo that was targeted by the protagonist of the game, and he didn’t have a very happy ending.
The website also features interviews with two artists who were exhibiting their artwork at the gallery, and gives some insight into the way society in Watch Dogs views technology, and how powerful of a medium it has become. It seems that Ubisoft could be starting an alternate reality game to immerse gamers in the world of Watch Dogs.
For more information, check out the website here, and be sure to click the picture for a high-res look at the character models used in the game: dotconnexion