Ubisoft’s next entry in the acclaimed Watch Dogs series is Watch Dogs Legion launching later this month. The developer even has a clear plan ahead for the upcoming game, as per a recent roadmap that they have shared.
Watch Dogs Legion is going to be a unique game that puts players in the shoes of an entire organization instead of one character. A lot are already interested in the game. Maybe more will jump in on the hype once they see what Ubisoft has planned for the game post-launch.
On Dec. 3, Ubisoft will launch the first content update for the game, which is an online co-op mode. This mode will allow players to create their own character and explore the full city of London as they would in the base game. Players can create teams and synergies with other players as they go about the world.
Aside from exploring, players can also partake in a selection of cooperative missions that will test their skills. Ubisoft will also launch Tactical Ops – which look like Raids for the game. This will be harder than the standard co-op missions, but rewards will be greater as well.
There’s also a competitive multiplayer mode for Watch Dogs Legion called Spider Bot Arena. It is a free-for-all deathmatch for up to eight players. Instead of humans, players will be using spider bots in this hectic battle mode. More competitive online modes will come, including the fan-favorite Invasion mode from previous games.
Ubisoft has also detailed the game’s Season Pass. This will include new story missions, characters, and more. Even Ayden Pearce from the previous entry will have his own story.
As a surprise, Ubisoft revealed that the game would have a collaboration with Assassin’s Creed. Joining the game as part of the season pass is Marcy, a member of the Assassin’s Brotherhood.
Ubisoft notes that there will be more down the pipeline. There will be loads of surprises as well. Needless to say, players will be enjoying the game for months to come.
Watch Dogs Legion launches this Oct. 29 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. New-gen versions will arrive at a later date. It seems like Ubisoft is already prepared for the game’s launch. The developer also has a clear plan of what’s to come for the game, so players should consider getting a season pass.
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