Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Watch Dogs Legion. The focus of the new material is the recruitment of the DedSec resistance in London. Among other things, players get a look at all the opportunities to hire new people for DedSec. The individual abilities of some of these figures are also presented. The group has set itself the task of fighting against the city's opportunists.
Ahead of the Xbox Games Showcase, Ubisoft presented a new trailer for Watch Dogs Legion. The new offshoot of the series will be released on October 29, 2020 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. A next-gen implementation for PS5 and Xbox Series X is also planned a little later. The upgrade is then free of charge for existing owners of the title. In the video, Ubisoft focuses on the recruitment of the DedSec resistor. You can watch the trailer at the beginning of the report.
"Watch Dogs: Legion lets players recruit any character they encounter in the open game world for their DedSec resistance, up to 40 characters at a time. As a setting, London provides players with the perfect backdrop to play all kinds of characters for Recruiting their resistance with unique weapons and skills: from MI6 agent to pure pugilist, from brilliant hacker to getaway driver, from hooligan to inconspicuous old lady, players can embody any character from their recruit list and tackle situations based on their preferences : Whether they are approaching from the sky while positioned high up on a cargo drone as a construction worker, or on the ground as a spy with high-tech devices, such as a watch, that block weapons and a prototype of a rocket-firing car, the player has it Choice."
We also had a look at Watch Dogs Legion in our preview of Gamescom 2019. You can read more details about the game there.
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