I was doing some research about launch days for games, when it was suddenly apparent that the PS4's release is November 15 while WatchDogs is November 19. But every where I look WatchDogs is confirmed as a Launch Day title for PS4. What does it mean?
Ass Creed 4, on the other hand, is given a firm release date of October 29th... Interesting....
Edit: Gamestop, Amazon, and Walmart list the 12th, while Best Buy and Target list the 19th. These inconsistencies make it seem like theres a chance it won't be a 'launch' title (technically).
I actually just called Gamestop to ask them about my pre-orders that I've accumulated over the past 6 months for PS4 (AC4, WatchDogs, KillZone) and they told me that I can (supposedly) pick up BF4 and AC4 on the 29th of October, even though I pre-ordered them for PS4. The guy also told me that KZ: SF will launch same day as PS4, which makes sense. But I still can't understand why they would let me get a PS4 copy of the game 12 days before the PS4 comes out.
Also @naru_joe93 WatchDogs was confirmed for the 12th of November for PS4 and the 19th for other platforms respectively.
Watch Dogs is coming out early for the PS4, actually before the console even comes out. Really interesting, I've never seen a situation like this where a big title like this will come out on one platform before others. Regardless, I'll be picking up my copy on the 12th.
Now that my initial high off the next gen is gone and Watch Dogs is delayed I decided to cancel and get a ps3 to catch up on some games I missed. Watch_Dogs was one of the only games I wanted so now I can wait till spring to pick it up when hopefully some more games will be out.