Rob Dyrdek, Smosh Team Up to Promote Video Game 'Watch Dogs' (Video)
Dydrek tells THR of the game's hero: "He has a phone that can hack into anything -- buildings and stoplights."
What would you do if you could play a video game in real life?
That's the question skateboarder Rob Dyrdek and Smosh's Ian Andrew Hecox and Anthony Padilla answer in a new promo for upcoming video game Watch Dogs.
Ubisoft partnered with Defy Media for the video, which gives Dyrdek the hacking abilities of the video game's protagonist Aiden Pearce.
"Aiden is avenging the murder of his niece. He has a phone that can hack into anything -- buildings and stoplights," Dyrdek tells The Hollywood Reporter of the game. "It's pretty incredible in the sense of the open world and how technical the hacking can be."
Ubisoft previously teamed with Defy and Smosh to create original music videos inspired by Assassin’s Creed III and IV.
Watch Dogs will be out May 27 and available on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC.