Published: Fri, June 14, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

Watch Dogs: Legion Does Not Actually Have Any Dogs - E3 2019

Watch Dogs: Legion Does Not Actually Have Any Dogs - E3 2019

What did you think of the new Watch Dogs Legion gameplay that was shown by Ubisoft? To add some more confusion into the mix, though, Ubisoft has confirmed that yes, there is Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer. There are multiple player characters, each with their own distinct skill sets and perks to unlock.

Watch Dogs Legion is officially set in London, United Kingdom, after months of speculation and leaks suggested it would take place in the city.

The game developer and studio also released official gameplay footage of and a simply yet detailed synopsis for the new title. The post-Brexit London based open-world action game lets you play as anyone, apparently.

In Watch Dogs Legion, it's your mission to build a resistance to fight back against the emergence of an authoritarian regime called "Albion". You can switch between the people you have recruited anytime, but you must be careful because there is permanent dead in Watch Dogs: Legion and if the character you are playing dies it will be gone for good.

You won't need an internet connection to dive into the seedy streets of London and raise a resistance force. However, you can't just recruit every single person in the city at once.


In Legion, you'll be able to recruit any of London's citizens to your cause.

Saying that Ubisoft made a lot of announcements at E3 this week would be an understatement.

In Watch Dogs: Legion's London, the traditional government has all but fallen; a corrupt privatized military corporation called Albion imposes martial law on the civilians, gangs rule back alleys, and there's a surveillance camera for almost every person. It would seem unavoidable given the deliberate setting, but we'll see.

Watch Dogs: Legion will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia on March 6, 2020, Ubisoft announced during its E3 2019 press conference.

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