Watch Dogs On PC: CPU Usage Shown; Night-time Screenshots From The Retail Version

It seems like the PC version of Watch Dogs is now out in the wild. Along with the info about the graphics settings for the game, we have also gotten a look at how the game actually looks running on a PC, and this time it is not from some official screenshot. NeoGAF user Redmoon also shared an image of the CPU usage on his PC while playing Watch Dogs.

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Thanks to NeoGAF users twisted89 and Redmoon, we can have our first look at these PC screenshots, which definitely look great. Although the day-time might seem bland, the night-time shots definitely feel like ‘next-gen’.

The PC version has the advantage of having the option to turn up quality of textures to Ultra, although this will require some hefty VRAM, about 3 GB in general. You can also increase the resolution to your liking, going as high as 4K. The PS4 and Xbox One version of the game run at 900p and 792p respectively, both at 30 fps. There is no info about the resolution of the game on the PS3 and Xbox One. You can check out plenty of screenshots of the game from the PS3 version right here.

Watch Dogs is set to release on the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC on 27th May.

What do you think about these PC screenshots? Let us know in the comments below.

Khurram Imtiaz

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