Ubisoft just finished their E3 2019 showcase, during which they shared the first look at Watch Dogs 3, which is titled Watch Dogs: Legion. And as we’re used to seeing with this series—for better or for worse—the game is certainly ambitious.
Watch Dogs: Legion shifts things over to London in the near future, where the people are being oppressed and a growing resistance is fighting back. But the ambitious part is that the game will apparently allow you recruit anyone into your group of resistance fighters, each having their own backstory. And if while playing as one of your characters you choose to engage in lethal combat and end up getting killed, it is a permanent death. This then forces you to choose someone else to play as, and continue on with your objectives.
To show off this mechanic an 11-minute gameplay walkthrough has been released along with a world premiere trailer. You can read more about Watch Dogs: Legion and watch the two videos below.
We just got our first look at Watch Dogs 2 exactly one week ago, but as promised Ubisoft still had more to share during their E3 2016 presentation earlier this week.
Along with a new trailer for the game the first full gameplay demo, which runs about 11 minutes long, has also been released. The demo shows a little bit more of the San Francisco Bay area you’ll get to go hacker crazy in this time around, as well as one of the missions you’ll take on.
Check out the gameplay demo and new trailer below.
As promised when the game was confirmed recently, Ubisoft has officially introduced the world of Watch Dogs 2 to the masses.
For our first look at the game, a lengthy 18 minute featurette has been released that talks in depth about the sequel, the world its set in, some of the things you can do and hack, and much more. The video also includes a cinematic reveal trailer, a main character introduction trailer, and plenty of gameplay peeks as well.
It’s the week before E3 2016 and, as usual, some are anxious to start the party a little early.
One of the hits of the party back at E3 2012 was a game called Watch Dogs. It was unlike anything we’d ever seen at the time, and, to our collective disappointment, didn’t come close to reaching the expectations set by that first gameplay demo. But the success of the first game isn’t stopping Ubisoft from giving it another go. They’ve released a video confirming Watch Dogs 2, which can be seen below.