The resistance is finally arriving.
What you need to know
- Watch Dogs: Legion was originally supposed to release in March 2020.
- During Ubisoft Forward, a new release date of October 29, 2020 was announced.
- We also got to see some more gameplay.
Originally scheduled to release in March earlier this year, Watch Dogs: Legion is part of the slate of games that Ubisoft delayed for several months as part of an effort to make each title more distinct.
Now, during today’s Ubisoft Forward showcase, a new release date of October 29, 2020 was revealed. You can check out the gameplay overview trailer below.
In this world of resistance against the overreaching, ever-watching force of Albion, you can recruit anyone in the game to be on your team. Each of them have their own unique skills, with some more skilled at combat while others are better for remaining inconspicuous. Watch Dogs: Legion is coming to Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC and Stadia.
Watch Dogs: Legion
- $50 at Amazon
- $60 at Best Buy
- $50 at Walmart
Save all of London
Ubisoft is taking us to post-Brexit London with Watch Dogs: Legion. Play as anyone and recruit resistance fighters to join DedSec. The fight begins soon in March.