You are a hacker navigating a slightly fictionalized Chicago in the Ubisoft video game Watch Dogs.
Water Tower as it appears in Ubisoft's video game Watch Dogs.
Rain falls on Prizker Pavilion in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. Note the Cloud Gate stand-in, looking more like the Noodle than the Bean.
"Centurian Park" stands in for Millennium Park in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. That's the Smurfit-Stone, a.k.a. "The Vag," a.k.a. that building from Adventures in Babysitting in the background.
Marina Towers stand next to an imagined "Chicago World" tower in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. The Trump Tower analog is on the right edge.
Willis Tower at night in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. Maybe they can call it Sears Tower as it's fantasy?
Navy Pier as it appears in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. Hopefully you can crash a car into Bubba Gump.
The action in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs seems to center around the Loop. It appears that Soldier Field (note the columns) has been converted into a baseball stadium. We're guessing it's called the Cux.
The El bends around "Theatre Square" in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
Looking north on State Street atop the Chicago Theatre analog in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. That would be the Leo Burnett building on the left, but it appears to be two adjacent towers.
Looking south on State Street atop the Chicago Theatre analog in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs. Note how they ignored Block 37, as most Chicagoans do. Hey, is that our office in the background?
The State Street bridge rises before the Marina Towers in Ubisoft's video game Watch Dogs.
Willis Tower can be seen behind a marina in Ubisoft's video game Watch Dogs.
The sun sets behind the Chicago River bridges in Ubisoft's video game Watch Dogs.
The El tracks pass through "Theatre Square" in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
Players can explore the North and South sides in Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
Ah, and who can forget our scenic mountain… Wait, what?
Later this month, you'll be able to tool around a digital version of Chicago in a stolen car, hunting down bad guys while changing traffic lights and raising downtown bridges. The upcoming Ubisoft video game Watch Dogs presents a near-future version of our fair city; an urban playground controlled by a centralized computer system that players are able to hack into and bend to their will. We can't wait to go on a car chase down State Street or ramp a motorcycle across the Chicago river, but we're also looking forward to walking around the virtual city and gawking at some recognizable landmarks. We found some of the notable locales that you'll be able to visit (and possibly destroy) in Watch Dogs when it is released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on May 27.
See what Pritzker Pavilion, Marina Towers, Willis Tower, Navy Pier, Water Tower and more look like in the video game by flipping through the slide show above.