The First Print Edition (£59.99) which is limited to 15k copies is already out of stock from Nintendo UK and GAME UK, so that's a good sign (doesn't mean it'll do wonderfully though) and the Special Edition (£39.85) (that includes a physical copy of B1) is ShopTo's number one most pre-ordered Wii U titled as of now. On Base.com the Standard Edition (£29.99) is also doing pretty good as well as on Amazon UK (£31.85) on second place (Zelda: Dynasty Warriors is on 1st). So overall the game might sell fairly well but it won't hit Mario Kart 8's two million copies sold or the upcoming Super Smash Bros. that will make Wii U's fly off the shelves just because of SSBU (if the game comes out during Christmas that is). Christmas is a very hectic time for retailers but also the most profitable season of all. By the way, even if Watch Dogs is better on the Wii U (doubtful) its sales will do terribly unless UbiSoft makes advertisement about and UbiSoft has confirmed that Watch Dogs is UbiSoft's last "mature" game for the Wii U.