Ubisoft finally revealed its upcoming Watch Dogs Legion game during its E3 2019 event by showing the first official Watch Dogs Legion E3 2019 Official World Premiere Trailer as well as Gameplay Walkthrough footage of the upcoming game. During its E3 event, Ubisoft also announced that the Watch Dogs Legion will be available on March 6, 2020, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
This time Watch Dogs Legion will be set in a post-Brexit London. For the first Watch Dogs Legion will also let players play as any NPC, meaning you can play as anyone in the game you recruit. According to Ubisoft official blog post, players will be able to recruit anyone from London’s entire population and turning them into DedSec operatives and playable characters.
The below video explains how playing as anyone works in the Watch Dogs Legion.
Here short description of Watch Dogs Legion from the official Ubisoft blog post.
In Watch Dogs: Legion’s London, the traditional government has all but fallen; a corrupt privatized military corporation called Albion imposes martial law on the civilians, gangs rule back alleys, and there’s a surveillance camera for nearly every person. This near-future dystopia is ripe for hacker group DedSec to step in and free the people of London from violent oppression and subjugation. It takes a city to save a city, and in Watch Dogs: Legion you’ll be able to recruit from London’s entire population, turning them into DedSec operatives and playable characters
Ubisoft has also released the official World Premiere Trailer as well as Gameplay Walkthrough footage of the upcoming game and it looks fantastic. You can check out the official Watch Dogs Legion E3 announcement trailers below.
The Watch Dogs Legion gameplay trailer shows that the game features various types of heavy drones and some new combat and shooting styles which looks pretty cool.
Watch Dogs Legion will be available on March 6, 2020, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. A recent listing of the game on Amazon UK website revealed that the Watch Dogs Legion on PS4 will cost 58 Euro for the base game, which is around $65 US dollars.