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Everything you need to know about Watch Dogs: Legion

Start brushing up on your accents.

Surprising absolutely no one thanks to Amazon leaking its existence and details beforehand, Watch Dogs: Legion was announced at Ubisoft's E3 2019 press conference. Get ready to travel across the pond because players are going to London.

Post-Brexit

Watch Dogs: Legion

$60 at Amazon

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.

What is Watch Dogs: Legion?

Watch Dogs: Legion is the third entry in the action/adventure franchise Watch Dogs. This time, players will be taking their hacking escapades all the way to London in a post-Brexit society. You'll be able to explore several iconic locations across its open world as you spread the word of the hacker collective DedSec and gather a resistance.

Watch Dogs The story so far

Each Watch Dogs game is generally unrelated to one another. While they take place in the same universe, they each feature different main characters, locations, and plots. The first Watch Dogs followed a hacker named Aiden Pearce throughout Chicago after a job goes wrong and threatens his family's safety. Watch Dogs 2 starred Marcus Holloway, who sets out to take down San Francisco's unethical surveillance technology as he's wrongly labeled as a suspect in a crime he did not commit.

The common threads between each are that they usually deal with corruption, the proliferation of technology, and greedy corporations utilizing this technology in unethical ways to take advantage of the public.

Watch Dogs: Legion DedSec goes to London

Watch Dogs: Legion leaves the United States altogether for an entirely new location: London. With the Assassin's Creed team already having visited London in Assassin's Creed Syndicate—albeit during the Industrial Revolution—I imagine the teams must have shared notes of some kind when creating the British city.

A new authoritarian regime has taken over in the wake of Brexit and turned London into a dystopia. It's up to us to stop them. But in order to do so, we'll need some help, and this may be the most intriguing part of Watch Dogs: Legion. You can play as anyone.

Watch Dogs: Legion Characters

Here's the cool part: You can play as literally anyone in Watch Dogs: Legion. Every NPC—though it may be incorrect to call them an NPC at this point—you see is fully voiced and fully realized with their own lives. Instead of having one or even two central protagonists, the entire population of London is at your disposal, or at least the ones Ubisoft has created. And this leads to interesting gameplay scenarios.

You're likely better off diversifying your squad based on their unique traits, which provide various boosts and nerfs to particular gameplay attributes. These distinct character attributes aren't decided randomly, but rather are informed by a character's background. For example, a quick scan can reveal that a nearby street performer posing as a human statue is an avid fan of zombie movies, and as a result, deals 40% more headshot damage. The amateur boxer walking past might deal 50 percent more melee damage.

If you want to recruit a certain character, you'll need to first profile them in the open world and reveal their background information. Different people may be more or less susceptible to joining DedSec, and it's up to you to convince them that it's worth their time. A team of to 20 members can be recruited at any given time, and you'll be able to switch between them whenever you'd like. They don't just exist in some imaginary storage containers somewhere waiting for you to call on them through an in-game menu. They exist within the world.

And be sure to take good care of your operatives, because once they're dead, they're gone for good. That's right, Watch Dogs: Legion features permadeath. You'll have a chance to save them, though. If you get downed you'll be able to choose to either continue fighting or surrender. Should you surrender you'll just lose access to your recruit as they go to jail, where you'll have a chance to break them out. But if you choose to fight with your last life and die, there's no accessing that operative.

Despite its name and its promise that you can play as anyone, Watch Dogs will not feature any dogs in the game. Why? Because Ubisoft would have felt forced to make them playable apparently.

"There are no dogs in the game," Creative Director Clint Hocking told IGN. "Because if you're gonna play as anyone, we would have to be able to support playing as a dog, because that's only fair."

So there you have it. There aren't dogs because of development limitations.

Watch Dogs: Legion Gameplay

Like its predecessors, Watch Dogs: Legion will feature a mix of parkour exploration and platforming, melee fights and gunplay, and of course hacking. Ubisoft notes that enemies won't tend to escalate fights, so if you don't bring out the guns, they won't either. It's entirely possible to complete the game using only melee attacks.

A variety of abilities, non-lethal weapons, and other gadgets are at your disposal to augment your playstyle depending on the situation you find yourself in.

London's citizens are all fully voiced, and whether you're playing as an elderly pensioner or a tough-as-nails boxer, the game's cutscenes will change to reflect your character's presence and personality. Your choices also have an effect on the world around you; put up your fists instead of drawing a gun, for example, and your enemies will attempt to arrest or take you down non-lethally. But if you draw a gun – even a nonlethal one – they'll do likewise, and the confrontation could end with your character permanently killed.

In a video for Watch Dog: Legion at Gamescom, we found a little more about the "NPCs" that inhabit the world. Actually, NPC isn't actually the right word. Potential PC is closer to the truth. Once you have helped them with their personal backstory mission, any NPC in the game suddenly becomes available for you to play as your character.

Each NPC has its own special abilities as well as idiosyncrasies that will make the game a lot of fun. One of the characters shown in the trailer can help get your characters out of jail, while another randomly dies whenever because he's old.

That sounds amazing to me. If Watch Dogs: Legion is supposed to exist in a living London, then the characters you meet should be as unique as possible.

Speaking of unique, your potential PCs (PPCs?) can be customized with their own clothes and accessories so you could give them all a uniform style or make each one as individually individual as you want them to be.

Watch Dogs: Legion When can I play it?

Watch Dogs: Legion was originally due to release in March 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC, but unfortunately Ubisoft delayed it. It's expected to release during Ubisoft's fiscal 2020-2021 year, which lasts from April 2020 to March 2021. It's unclear if it will come to next-gen consoles like Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5.

You can still pre-order it. There's even a Gold Steelbook Edition that comes with its Season Pass and includes three-day early access.

Post-Brexit

Watch Dogs: Legion

$60 at Amazon

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.



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