However, speculation is rife that it could be the start of a viral marketing campaign for Watch Dogs 3, which hasn't officially been announced, but may surface at E3 2018. Considering the recent appearance of Sam Fisher in Ghost Recon: Wildlands, I think Ubisoft is setting themselves up for a massive E3 show.
In addition, Ubisoft recently Tweeted (via PSU) out 'This is Everything, ' which is a slightly different take on its usual Watch Dogs blurb, 'Everything is connected.' Combine this with Sam's recent outburst, and it's got many people convinced that the French publishing powerhouse is starting to gear up for a potential Watch Dogs 3 reveal.
Watch Dogs 3 is not finished yet, but I tested the latest development version and it is doing very well.
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However, when users have asked Sam about Watch Dogs 3, they're given a surprising response. The development team is doing wonders! Someone had the idea to ask him about Watch Dogs 3 and it looks like the title is on the way. I cannot wait for you to try it!
Thankfully, Ubicentral captured footage of someone asking Sam the question before the changes were made and you can see its response in the video below. Secondly, a message was posted on the Watch Dogs 2 Twitter account that stated "This is Everything". Holiday 2018 is a likely release date, if Ubisoft plans to alternate Assassin's Creed and Watch Dogs releases. It featured the familiar Watch Dogs hacking imagery and console colours and typeface.
The tweet, which has since been deleted, read "This is Everything". It seems that Ubisoft is getting us ready for some Watch Dogs 3 reveal if we are to believe the official app from Ubisoft, Sam.