Published: Fri, June 14, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Watch Dogs: Legion - Official Gameplay Reveal | E3 2019

Watch Dogs: Legion - Official Gameplay Reveal | E3 2019

Ubisoft also released a gameplay video that showed the mechanics of the game including combat, weapons, hacking abilities, character skillsets, etc.

Just days before Ubisoft's E3 2019 press conference (and shortly after an Amazon UK leak), the publisher confirmed its event would include a reveal of Watch Dogs Legion, the third installment in its Watch Dogs franchise. Every character that the player will recruit will be fully-voiced, with origin stories of their own, and Ubisoft implied that it is up to the player to form their own groups as they see fit, whether it be composed of ex-MI5 agents or sweet yet badass grandmas. The game won't center around one main protagonist and you'll be able to recruit almost anyone in the world to your side to help take back London.

The game developer and studio also released official gameplay footage of and a simply yet detailed synopsis for the new title. "Your mission is building a resistance to fight back against the "authoritarian regime" he starts out saying. You'll need to jump between them to complete your missions and recruit even more people to your cause as part of DedSec.

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Who do you play as?

Set in a post-Brexit London in the future, the entire city is under mass surveillance and control with killer drones swarming everywhere. In Watch Dogs: Legion, the city is controlled by Albion, a private organization in charge of the "security". Ubisoft never fails to entertain with its bonkers E3 showcases, and this year is sure to be the same, so if you're looking for a bit of chaos, be sure to tune in. Watch Dogs Legion will be launching on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia, and we'll look forward to learning more in the coming weeks. It would seem unavoidable given the deliberate setting, but we'll see.

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