Watch Dogs: Legion', a video game in London after Brexit

Watch Dogs: Legion’, a video game in London after Brexit

Watch Dogs: Legion’, a video game in London after Brexit, Ubisoft’s conference in connection with the large video game fair (Electronic Entertainment Expo, which will be held today in Los Angeles) materialized every single leak that was published during the past week. Thus began the broadcast with the announcement of ‘ Watch Dogs: Legion ‘, the third part of the franchise about hackers and cybercrime.

Available March 6, 2020,

For Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and compatible, ‘Legion’ is played in a post-Brexit London, transformed into a vigilant and oppressive state: “private military companies control the streets and a crime syndicate goes after the most vulnerable”. As players, we must form a resistance that fights against the emergence of an authoritarian regime.

The biggest feature of the game

The biggest feature of the game will be control over all the characters around us as a few bullets are enough to send us to the other block permanently. With the responsible studio (Ubisoft Toronto):

“Every citizen of London in this open world is perfectly simulated, with a cohesive life and past, so that players can recruit all citizens to their team.

Whether it’s an MI5 agent, street boxer, brilliant hacker, illegal competitor, rising football star, or famous influencer, anyone can join the resistance and become a hero of history. “

In addition,

each character will have unique gameplay features, based on their profile: “Once they join the team, players choose their class, plan them, and unlock new skills and upgrades.

They can easily switch from one to the other and take on the challenges of the game as they wish,

using hacking and drones, stealth, melee attacks, and battles, deadly or not.

Watch Dogs: Legion also makes it possible to form teams online Or collaborate with friends in a collaborative mode for up to four players, whose progress will be shared with the solo campaign.


Although the French publisher introduced new intellectual properties, the bulk of the event focused on Tom Clancy’s series,

with Ghost Recon, Rainbox Six, and The Division as franchises par excellence. We list all ads below:

Gods & Monsters:

Developed by Ubisoft Quebec, Gods & Monsters is “an open-world adventure game with a colorful art style, which takes players to a fantasy universe where they use divine abilities to defeat famous mythological animals and save the Greek gods. Coming to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PC, and Stadia on February 25, 2020.

Roller Champions:

Fast PvP on Wheels: «Two teams of three players meet each other in arenas around the world animated by lots of fans, when they get the ball, pass it, avoid and hit the opponents to score on the ring illuminated on the court ». 

Tom Clancy’s Rainbox Six Quarantine:

The hands of Ubisoft Montreal are quarantined in the near future for the Rainbow Six universe: “Agents must confront a highly deadly mutated strain of an alien parasite that infects humans and their environment.


Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint:

Introduced weeks before E3, the game will have a beta on September 5-8. Ubisoft also announced the “Ghost Recon Delta Company” (GRDC) program, which will reward “the passion and creativity of community members with special content and conversations with the leading development studio.” The breakpoint will be back on October 4 for PS4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC.

Just Dance 2020:

Just Dance celebrates its 10th anniversary with ‘Just Dance 2020’, which brings 40 new songs (including ‘Con Calma’ by Daddy Yankee Ft. Snow and ‘Kill This Love’ by BLACKPINK). We will get it on November 5 for Wii, Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia.

Tom Clancy’s elite group:

A free RPG to play for mobile Based on the universe Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell,

The Division, and Rainbow Six: “Contains intense PvP battles and an exciting campaign mode with a unique Tom Clancy story.”

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2:

Its executives made three episodes of content after launch, each with new areas, modalities, and rewards.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege:

Operation Phantom Sight:

The “Operation Phantom Sight” expansion introduces two new agents:

Nøkk, from the Danish special forces, and Warden, a veteran from the US intelligence service. It is now available for PS4, and Xbox One and is compatible.

In honor:

«It revolves around the newly added Hitokiri, a ghost warrior who has lost all faith in

humanity and will have a new game mode (‘Avalanche of Souls’) during a limited time;

new customization options; exclusive event rewards and much more.

UPlay + :

Ubisoft announced its own PC subscription service, ‘UPlay +’ (available September 3 ).

For 14.99 euros per month, we have access to a collection of more than 100 games,

UPlay + will also come to Stadia sometime in 2020.


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