E3 2019: ‘Watch Dogs: Legion’ Coming March 2020

Monday, June 10th, 2019

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Watch Dogs: Legion | Resistance

Following a set of announcements, Ubisoft reveals Watch Dogs: Legion. This third entry in the series will take place in a post-Brexit London as you lead a resistance against extremists. Furthermore, Ubisoft shows not just a trailer but a gameplay walkthrough that you can watch below. The game will release March 6th 2020 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Stadia. The developers also confirm Gold, Ultimate and Collector editions of the game. These editions will cost $99.99, $119.99, and $189.99. They will include a 3 day early access, the game’s season pass. However, only the Ultimate and Collector’s editions will include the Urban Jungle DLC pack and grant 4 week VIP status.

Watch Dogs: Legion | Collector's

The Collector’s Edition will be the only to feature physical content. This includes a lighting ded coronet mask (38cm), exclusive steelbook, double-sided poster and 3 stickers.

Watch Dogs: Legion summary provided by Ubisoft:

Build the resistance. Recruit anyone. Play as anyone. Londoners are being oppressed by corrupt opportunists and it’s up to you to build a resistance to give the city back to the people. With an entire population of potential recruits and the city’s technology at your fingertips, you’ll need to hack, infiltrate, and fight your way to a liberated London.

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