Monday, July 13th 2020

Ubisoft Announces Watch Dogs: Legion Will Be Available October 29, 2020

Today at Ubisoft's first digital press conference, Ubisoft Forward, the company announced that Watch Dogs : Legion will launch on October 29, 2020, on, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Stadia and for Windows PC on Epic Games and UPlay. The game will also be available on UPLAY+, Ubisoft's subscription service. Watch Dogs: Legion will also release on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 upon the launch of the consoles.

Built with a next-gen concept, Watch Dogs: Legion introduces "Play as Anyone," a never-before-seen gameplay innovation created by Ubisoft Toronto**, the studio behind Watch Dogs: Legion. Play as Anyone gives players the entire city of London to choose their roster of resistance members from. Every single person in the open world can be recruited and played, is unique and has a backstory, personality and skillset. Watch Dogs: Legion will also support hardware-accelerated DirectX Raytracing on Xbox Series X and full ray-tracing support on NVIDIA RTX-equipped PC devices, bringing real-time ray-tracing reflections to the streets of London. Players who purchase Watch Dogs: Legion on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 will be able to upgrade their game to the next-gen version (Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5) at no additional cost.
In Watch Dogs: Legion, London is facing its downfall. Amidst the growing unrest of a restless London, a mysterious entity known as Zero-Day has framed secret underground resistance DedSec for coordinated bombings across London. In the aftermath, criminal opportunists from every dark corner of London took hold and filled the void left by a defeated government. As a member of DedSec, players will be going up against criminal opportunists in Watch Dogs: Legion; sadists, mercenaries, cybercriminals, and more; they'll have to be prepared for a variety of situations. Players must recruit members into their DedSec Resistance to take on these criminal opportunists, liberate London and uncover the mystery behind Zero-Day.

Watch Dogs: Legion lets players recruit anyone they can see in the open world to be part of their DedSec Resistance up to 40 characters at a time. The London setting gives players the perfect backdrop to recruit all kinds of characters - who each have unique skills and weapons - to their Resistance: from an MI6 agent to a bareknuckle fighter, from a brilliant hacker to a getaway driver, from a football hooligan to an inconspicuous old lady. Players can play as any character from their roster of recruits and approach a situation based on their preference; whether the approach is from the sky while riding high on a cargo drone as a construction worker, or on the ground as a spy using high-tech gadgets like a gun-jamming watch and a prototype of a rocket-firing car, the choice is for the player to make.

In addition, Ubisoft announced the Gold, Ultimate and Collector's Editions for Watch Dogs: Legion:
  • Gold Edition includes the base game and the Season Pass, including new story expansions, extra DedSec missions, four unique heroes, the Complete Edition of the original Watch Dogs game from 2014 and more.
  • Ultimate Edition includes Gold Edition and Ultimate digital content, including three new playable heroes, four weeks' VIP Status to earn currency faster and new masks.
  • Collector's Edition includes the Ultimate Edition plus the LED Ded Coronet Mask Replica, an exclusive SteelBook, a set of three stickers and a recto-verso propaganda poster, all inspired by the game's universe, and instant access to the mask in-game. Collector's Edition is exclusive to the Ubisoft Store.
For more information about Watch Dogs: Legion, please visit watchdogs.com, and join the conversation by using #watchdogslegion.
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8 Comments on Ubisoft Announces Watch Dogs: Legion Will Be Available October 29, 2020

#1
Assimilator
Will it come with free sexual assault by the company's directors?
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#2
the54thvoid
A novel idea allowing up to 40 characters but how many folk will actually use that many? And will it cause Multiple Personality Disorder?

And skillsets?

NPC "I have a unique problem, I need to prise open this door, but I'm lacking in strength. Can you help me kick down door?"
Player options - (A) Kick down door, or (B) change skillset.
Player chooses - (B) Change skillset.
NPC "So, will you help me?"
Player "Yes, I'm a personal trainer, I can help you develop strength. Then you open your own door."
NPC "Lame."
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#3
Chomiq
Played the original for about 40 minutes. Once I got out of the tutorial area I lost my interest.
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#4
Th3pwn3r
Chomiq
Played the original for about 40 minutes. Once I got out of the tutorial area I lost my interest.
Then you missed out on a fun game in my opinion. It got pretty good, the second one was more of the same and didn't have many differences though.
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#5
Upgrayedd
P4-630
What about DirectX Raytracing on PlayStation 5?
I was wondering the same thing.

Does Playstation use Direct X at all though? I may be totally wrong in thinking that.
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P4-630
Upgrayedd
I was wondering the same thing.

Does Playstation use Direct X at all though? I may be totally wrong in thinking that.
Ha, didn't think about it much this morning...M$.
I was just thinking about "ray tracing", PS5 has ray tracing support, how much different that will be compared with X box X I don't know.

www.eurogamer.net/articles/ps5-specs-features-ssd-ray-tracing-cpu-gpu-6300

Also I never owned an PS or Xbox.:p
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#7
Vayra86
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Will it come with free sexual assault by the company's directors?
Yes, you get to 'watch' them fuck like ....
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#8
Ashtr1x
This game looks exactly like the WD2 hipster teenage cringe inducing game, same ugly graphics and bad art style. Watch Dogs is the only good entry that is worth anyone's time, with good mods that game looks closer to the E3 demo, if only Ubisoft didn't care about the console trash.
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