Ubisoft's hotly anticipated Watch Dogs may be just around the corner, with the game set for launch globally on May 27th, but players hoping to get their hands on a demo ahead of its release are in for a disappointment, as the game's creative director Jonathan Morin has confrimed that there are no plans to dedicate resources to the creation of a demo on any platform.
Speaking to his followers on Twitter, Morin addressed the issue of a demo, telling user @Rawfan306 that there is "no demo planned before the release. Doing demos takes time, the focus is on the game. ou will see more footage before release."
Originally scheduled for release back in November of last year, Watch Dogs fell afoul of the dastardly delay in order to ensure that players got the level of experience they had been hoping for since the game debuted at E3 2012. It'll launch on May 27th on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows PC, with a Wii U version to follow on an unspecified later date.