Ubisoft Requesting Fan Labor for Watch Dogs Legion


For the upcoming release of Watch Dogs Legion, Ubisoft has once again partnered with the collaborative website HitRecord for the game.

According to Ubisoft, each of the ten tracks that are chosen from HitRecord for Watch Dogs Legion will pay out $2,000 (or £1590), which will be split between every contributor.

Ubisoft stated:

“Whether you’re a musical composer, writer, singer, player, or someone with big ideas and a lot of passion…we are super excited to hear your music composition.” But, “as with every creative endeavour, some ideas won’t develop or work out as we expected, and some pieces won’t be the right fit for the game.”

Watch Dogs Legion will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 6, 2020.

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