May 27 2014, 4:40pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Watch Dogs was one of the few games that almost everybody locked onto when the up and coming era of gaming consoles was proclaimed. Presently that the amusement is upon us, Ubisoft has discharged a partner application for ios and Android that expects to make gamers feel a piece of the universe, regardless of the fact that they don't really own a copy of Watch Dog.
This new app is titled as ctOS Mobile and with this the gamers can play against people who have the full-blown game on either console or PC. There will be two modes to the game; Race Mode and Free Ride. However, both the modes are going to consist the console/PC gamer whose sole aim is to get through point A to B and being careful of the checkpoints. And all this with the iOS gamer trying desperately to stop them by hacking or using explosions.
Gamers will also notice some differences among the two different gaming modes since the Race Mode has the console/PC gamer’s GPS turned on while the Free Mode has it off. You will also notice some major changes in the distances of the two. The app has already been made available for both the iOS and Android platforms and you will be thrilled to know that it costs nothing.
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Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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