News: Watch Dogs Avoids Censorship In Australia

Watch_Dogs_52879 (1)Australia is known for having some stringent censorship laws, especially when it comes to video games, so it must come as a relief to players over in the Oceania region to learn that Watch Dogs won’t be getting the censor treatment.

Replying to the question posed by an inquisitive fan on Twitter, Watch Dogs creative director Jonathan Morin stated:

“So I can confirm that the Australian version is NOT censored. Cheers. :)”

Seems pretty simple, direct and to the point. No controversy, no tip-toeing around the question, just some straight up answers. Refreshing really…

Watch Dogs is set to release on May 27th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Watch Dogs is also going to be running free on the Wii U, just at a later date that Ubisoft have yet to reveal. Sorry Wii U players.

Happy to see the creative vision of Watch Dogs being unleashed without fear of reprisal from the Australian Ratings Board? Tap away your comments down below.

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