Ubisoft has just announced that Watch Dogs: Legion will release on October 29th. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team released a 7-minute gameplay trailer for it. This trailer gives us an overview of the game’s gameplay mechanics and systems.
In Watch Dogs: Legion, gamers can play as anyone. Players can build a team with a huge range of characters to choose from, all bringing their own unique abilities. Players can also customize their Legion with enhanced gadgets, unique outfits and iconic masks.
“From a brilliant hacker to a getaway driver, from a football hooligan to an inconspicuous old lady, everyone has a unique backstory, personality, and skillset that should be used in unique situations.”
In Watch Dogs: Legion, DedSec, a secret underground resistance, is being blamed for a number of attacks in London, and is on the brink of annihilation, needs your help. Your mission is to rebuild DedSec to fight back against those who wish to keep London oppressed. You will continue to meet colorful characters along the way – both villains and allies – in your fight for London.
Players can hijack armed combat drones, reconstruct past events using augmented reality to discover who is behind the terror attacks, and hack their way through the most advanced security systems. Players can also upgrade and deploy tech gadgets such as the Stealth Cloak, the Spiderbot, a Micro-Missile Launcher, and the powerful Electro Fist in a brand new melee system.
Watch Dogs: Legion will feature an open-world environment to explore. Naturally, it will also have most of London’s famous landmarks. Thus, expect to see Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Camden, Piccadilly Circus, or the London Eye.
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