The new Watch Dogs replaces over 320 original textures with high-resolution parts

A new mod has been released for Watch Dogs that replaces over 320 original textures with their high-resolution counterparts.

Created by modder ‘Parallellines’, this texture pack contains 320+ HD textures for the original Watch Dogs, including alternate textures for the main hero, plants, clothing, NPC faces and clothing, water effects, weapons, vehicles, clouds, lens flares , badges, particles, and more. According to Moder, most of these high-resolution textures are two to four times the size of the original textures.

PC Watch Dogs fans interested in trying this mod can download it from Nexusmods here. As always, be sure to follow the installation instructions provided before downloading and using this mod.

The first Watch Dogs game was released in 2014 as a joint title for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The title was also released on Nintendo Wii U and also saw light on Stadia. The game was first announced in 2012 during that year’s E3 event in Los Angeles

“Watch Dogs pushes the boundaries of today’s open-world games by giving players the ability to control an entire city,” said Jonathan Morin, creative director at Ubisoft at the time. “In Watch Dogs, anything connected to a city’s central operating system becomes a weapon. By pushing boundaries, we can provide players with movement and access to information on a scale never seen in a video game before.”

In Watch Dogs, players enter the dangerous world of Aiden Pearce, a new class of heroic heroes whose ability to hack any connected system may be his most powerful weapon. Whether it’s racking up a 30-car pileup, manipulating traffic lights to catch an enemy during a shootout in the middle of the city, or eavesdropping on the city’s dotted security cameras to access anyone’s personal information, Pierce is capable of coercion and control of nearly every element in the world. around it.

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