Watch Dogs Legion Releases in March 2020, First Gameplay Revealed
Look to take back London for yourself in Watch Dogs Legion next year.
Ubisoft kicked off its E3 2019 conference by pulling the curtain back with new gameplay for Watch Dogs Legion. In the process, it was also divulged that the game will launch next year on March 6, 2020.
Much like rumors we heard of last week, Watch Dogs Legion will allow you to play as a variety of different characters in the world ranging from average citizens to old grannies. The game won’t center around one main protagonist and you’ll be able to recruit nearly anyone in the world to your side to help take back London.
Furthermore, as seen in the demo, when your characters run into dangerous situations, they can die permanently. Once one of your characters die, you’ll then switch to another that you have recruited to join your side. It looks quite different from anything else I’ve ever really seen, and that excites me.
You can check out the gameplay reveal trailer for Watch Dogs Legion if you’d like to see the game in action. When it releases next year, it’s planned to come to Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Google Stadia.