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Keselowski Gets The Video Game Treatment
- Updated: October 2, 2013
When playing the new Ubisoft game, Watch Dogs™, don’t be surprised if you find a recognizable face in the game. Reigning Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski will be featured as a non-playable character in the game. He will be one of the many in-game citizens roaming the streets of Chicago that players will be able to profile.
Keselowski will not be the only recognizable face as earlier in the year it was announced that actress and comedian Aisha Tyler will greet players as a non-playable character.
The game sounds very interesting. In Watch Dogs, players will assume the role Aiden Pearce, a brilliant hacker and former thug, whose criminal past led to a violent family tragedy. Now on the hunt for those who hurt his family, players will be able to monitor and hack their enemies by manipulating everything connected to Chicago’s Central Operating System (ctOS).
ctOS controls almost every piece of the city’s technology and holds key information on all of the city’s residents. Players will access omnipresent security cameras, download personal information to locate targets, control traffic lights and public transportation to stop enemies, and more.
Watch Dogs lets the player use Chicago as their ultimate weapon and exact their own style of revenge.