Watch Dogs Legion Looks Wild And Ambitious, Will Be Out In March

Lawrence Kim
June 12, 2019

Once one of your characters die, you'll then switch to another that you have recruited to join your side.

Whether you're new to Watch Dogs or a longtime fan of the series, you might be wondering where you can pre-order Watch Dogs Legion now (that's why you're here, right?).

As teased in the lead up to E3 2019, one of Ubisoft's big reveals at the show this year was Watch Dogs Legion. The follow-up to Watch Dogs 2 will apparently allow you to take control of any character in the entire game, and based on which character you are at any given time, the story will change. But the game is supposed to assure players who do rely on a specific company's products that they'll get the best possible experience.

Furthermore, as seen in the demo, when your characters run into risky situations, they can die permanently.

Upon your first death, it appears that you can choose to keep going for an extra stab at it. Players can form their own team as they see fit, from street gangs to secret agents.

We learn that pre-ordering Watch Dogs: Legion will grand the Golden King Pack, which includes the Uneasy Lies Mask, the Serpent Sisters pistol skin, and the Lux auto skin as bonus DLC.

All four editions are now up for pre-order on Ubisoft's store, with the Gold Edition running $99.99, the Ultimate Edition coming in at $119.99, and the Collector's Edition setting you back at not-insignificant $189.99.

Finally, you've got the Collector's edition, which adds in a Lighting Ded Coronet Mask (38 cm), an exclusive steelbook, a double-sided propaganda poster, and three stickers on top of everything in the Ultimate edition.

You can check out all the images in the gallery below.

According to the freshly released trailer, the latest Watch Dogs game, Watch Dogs: Legion is coming to put the term "NPC" to the test in a world that imagines England's government turning on its citizens. The PC version will be available only on Uplay and on the Epic Games Store.

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