Watch Dogs: Legion Gets New Story Trailer


Discover how players will have the fate of London in players’ hands with the latest story trailer for Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs: Legion.

In this title, an unknown entity known as Zero-Day has framed the secret underground resistance DedSec for the recent London bombings. Not one to take things sitting down, players are tasked with liberating London by building a resistance. Note that every last person in its open world can be recruited and played as. In addition, each person is unique and features their own backstory, personality and skill set.

You can watch the story trailer below:

Watch Dogs: Legion: Story Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

To go alongside this trailer, Ubisoft has also detailed the post-launch plans for Watch Dogs: Legion.vThe Online multiplayer mode of the game will be available on December 3 as part of a free game update for all players, and the title will also pay host to a robust post-launch plan for both its single-player mode and online multiplayer modes.

Learn more with the post-launch trailer below:

Watch Dogs: Legion: Post Launch Content Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC (via the Epic Games Store and Uplay), and Google Stadia on October 29, 2020. The game will come out on the Xbox Series S/X on November 10, and digitally on the PlayStation 5 on November 12. Note that the physical version of the PlayStation 5 version will be available on November 24.

Source: Press Release
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