Nintendo may not be officially exhibiting this year at PAX East, but that doesn\’t mean there won\’t by any games heading to Nintendo\’s platforms highlighted at the show. Today Ubisoft revealed their plans for the event which takes place April 11th-13th at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Those in attendance will be able to witness a never before seen demonstration of Watch Dogs, which will be launching towards the end of this year after Ubisoft add the finishing Wii U-exclusive touches. The demo will give gamers the ability to see what it is like to \”immerse themselves in an eye-opening Watch Dogs experience that lets fans see themselves through the lens of a hacker and get a look at how they could potentially be targeted\”. Anyone who decides to pre-order the game at the Ubisoft booth will automatically recieve an exclusive limited edition T-Shirt.
Players will also be able to spend some hands-on time with the upcoming Child of Light, giving them the \”opportunity to step into the magical world of Lemuria by playing a new hands-on demo of the turn-based RPG\”. Playing as the main character Aurora, you must sample the active turn-based battle system against fierce dragons and other enchanting creates, as well as exploring the gorgeus watercoloured 2D environments ahead of the games April 30th release date.
Ubisoft have also teased that they have at least one new digital game to be revealed at the show! For all the latest from PAX East keep it here on Nintendo Enthusiast.