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WCCFTech posted a review of Watch_Dogs for the Xbox One and wasn't too kind with what they had to say. As the embargo for Watch_Dogs reviews is May 27th, Ubisoft's Twitter account for Watch_Dogs has asked everyone to ignore these fake reviews:
Hackers have attempted to infiltrate our system and post false reviews of Watch Dogs. All valid reviews will emerge at release on May 27_— Watch Dogs (@watchdogsgame) May 18, 2014
In their review, WCCFTech criticized the game mostly for not looking as great as it did at E3 2012. It even called for gamers to ignore Watch_Dogs and keep playing Grand Theft Auto V.
Since this review is obviously a fake, everyone should ignore what they had to say in eager anticipation for the valid reviews that will come in next week.
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