Watch Dogs: Legion launched for Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Stadia
Ubisoft's much-awaited action-adventure title Watch Dogs: Legion was launched yesterday, October 29, for PC (Epic Store), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia. It will be released on the next-gen consoles on their launch days.
Watch Dogs: Legion is the sequel to Watch Dog's 2 and is set in dystopian London where you fight to take down the authoritarian regime. You can also recruit NPCs to join your cause and liberate the city.
Fight for a cause!
The vast open-world of this game gives the player lots of opportunities to explore and adapt to various fighting styles. You can expect a lot of violence as you will find yourself in midst of gunfights with some of the most lethal fire-arms in the game. Being stealthy will also prove beneficial and the game provides plenty of opportunities to sneak up behind unsuspecting enemies and eliminate them without raising any suspicion
While fighting to liberate the city from the tyrannical regime, you will require help and you will get help. You can recruit almost any NPC to join your cause. All you need to do is scan them with your cellphone and check their profile to see if the skill they bring to the table is of any use to you.
Last month, Ubisoft revealed the PC system requirements for Watch Dogs: Legions. That gave players one month to update their rig to play the game at highest settings. Ubisoft has gone out of their way to give players the best experience which includes real-time ray-tracing and better shade cache implementation. Players will also be able to play on DirectX11 as well as DirectX12.