News | No more updates planned for Watch Dogs Legion

There will be no more updates coming to Watch Dogs Legion, the current season is also the last one

Ubisoft announced this in a blog post. The last update released for the game is version 5.6, which was released last September.

The current multiplayer season is also the final season of the game. This fifth season started last weekend. After that, seasons three, four and five will be repeated until the servers go offline.

Watch Dogs Legion was released in the fall of 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Google Stadia and shortly afterwards also came out on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S. In the spring of 2021, online multiplayer was added to the game.

News | Watch Dogs Legion Update Includes Assassin's Creed Crossover

An Assassin's Creed crossover has been added to the game through Update 5.5 for Watch Dogs Legion.

With the newly released update, futuristic assassin Darcy will be added to the game for season pass holders. She can be played with in the main game as well as online. In doing so, she can use her hidden blade, as usual with characters from the Assassin’s Creed games.

In addition, two new single player missions have been added to the game, as well as two new side missions. Also, update 5.5 introduces two new PvP modes: Extraction and Invasion. Also added is the single-player Resistance mode and a new zombie survival mode in the form of Watch Dogs: Legion of the Dead. Finally, all kinds of bugs are fixed.

News | New Watch Dogs: Legion Mode Includes Zombies

Today, Title Update 4.5 for Watch Dogs: Legion, which includes the new Legion of the Dead mode, comes out.

The mode was suddenly revealed by IGN yesterday. The mode functions as a PvE roguelite for up to four players, so people have to survive zombie attacks.

Ubisoft says that the mode to be launched today still exists in alpha mode and can therefore still be adjusted. This depends on the feedback from players that will appear in the near future.

News | Watch Dogs Legion patch adds 60fps to next-gen versions

An upcoming patch for Watch Dogs Legion will add a 'performance mode' to the game on next-gen consoles, allowing the game to run at 60 frames per second.

In a blog post, Ubisoft added information about upcoming update 4.5. This will make a performance mode available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, allowing the game to run at 60 fps on those platforms. This is one of the most requested enhancements to the next-gen version of the game.

Furthermore, update 4.5 fixes various bugs and other problems. Many of those bugs are related to the newly released DLC character Mina. The Tactical OP ‘Project OMNI’ will also be added. There is no release date yet for update 4.5.

News | Cross play is coming to Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer

Cross-play should come to Watch Dogs Legion's online multiplayer.

Ubisoft has confirmed this via Twitter. A response informs that the developer is currently working on implementing the option so that players can play with each other in the game regardless of platform. This also involves cross-generation play, so it doesn’t matter which generation of consoles you play on. Cross-play should be added to Watch Dogs Legion with a future update, but Ubisoft hasn’t given a time frame for now.

Last week, Watch Dogs Legion online multiplayer was added to the game on consoles and Stadia. Online multiplayer will be released on PC at a later date.

News | Multiplayer mode Watch Dogs: Legion will be released March 9

Watch Dogs: Legion online multiplayer will be released on March 9.

Ubisoft has announced this via the official Twitter account of the game in question. In the message, the developer writes that the delayed multiplayer mode will be released on March 9.

These are cooperative free-roaming in the game world and five missions for two to four players. Furthermore, the first PvP challenge will be added to the game, called Spiderbot Arena. In this mode, four players compete against each other in a free-for-all death match while having spiderbot gadgets.

Watch Dogs: Legion is already available for PC, PlayStation 5 , PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S and Xbox One.

News | Watch Dogs Legion's online multiplayer postponed to 2021

Watch Dogs Legion's online multiplayer will not be added to the game until 2021, Ubisoft has announced.

The multiplayer modes should actually have been added to the game next week. It involves cooperative free-roaming in the game world and missions for two to four players. PvP Challenges would also be added.

All of this is now being postponed to next year. The developer first focuses on getting rid of the various technical issues that have plagued the game since launch. “Since launch, some of you have technical issues that prevent you from enjoying the game. The developer is eager to fix these issues and won’t stop until everyone can experience the game as intended.”

Update 2.20 should be released for the game later this week, which will fix various bugs, crashes and issues with save files.

Review | Watch Dogs: Legion

It's no fun living under the rule of a totalitarian police state where everything you say and do is monitored. Ubisoft finally dares to make a political statement with Watch Dogs Legion and does not bother about it: life in post-Brexit London is miserable.

Nor does it help that freedom-fighting hacker group DedSec is framed for a number of attacks in the British capital. The spy at the head of this group is killed and the rest of his followers are slaughtered in cold blood. However, a small part of DedSec manages to escape and tries to ignite a new revolution via the remaining smoldering fire.

This requires new members of DedSec and in Watch Dogs Legion they can be found all over London. Anyone who is even the slightest bit worried about the occupation of London by the private army Albion can be recruited. For example, DedSec’s new legion quickly becomes a crazy mess, consisting of all layers of the London population. They also each bring their own unique skills.

A heavy drinking retired lady may not be the most obvious hacker, but her high tolerance for alcohol can also take her more blows. A lawyer is more likely to release her henchmen after they are arrested, a specialist hacker has a unique drone with lasers, and a former Albion member can walk into areas closed to the public with his stolen outfit.

By eliminating a regular main character and instead making randomly generated residents of London playable, the third part of Watch Dogs takes an original new turn. All characters are capable of the same thing to some extent. Hacking cameras, cars, drones, doors and computers is as simple as pressing a button for anyone. The difference really is in the few unique abilities each character possesses. To make things even more interesting, Legion also introduces permadeath. If one of the DedSec recruits is killed during a mission, they are really dead for good and another member must complete the assignment.

The idea sounds brilliant, but Watch Dogs Legion never manages to fully go for the roguelike-esque elements. The missions are too one-sided for that, for example. Time and time again it boils down to penetrating a base to steal crucial information from a mainframe once inside. There are plenty of ways to get in, which is why which character accepts the mission doesn’t feel so important.

Whether you gain access as a professional assassin or construction worker, it doesn’t really matter, because it is equally easy for both candidates. Since every character comes with numerous gadgets and weapons as standard, you never get the feeling that you have brought the wrong hacker. As a result, switching between the members of DedSec feels increasingly unnecessary as you have more upgrades and gadgets.

It is urgent that the Legion aspect of Watch Dogs is not properly reflected, because the game falls quite short in many other areas as well. As we’re all used to in a Ubisoft game, areas of London need to be liberated. To do that, there are short missions that alternate between sabotage or killing a VIP within Albion. When enough requirements are met, a special mission follows that inspires the inhabitants of an area to take on their occupiers.

However, the difference between a neighborhood that fights against Albion and one that is still being suppressed is minimal.

The story, meanwhile, suffers from the lack of a regular main character. The road to the liberation of London feels like a succession of near-future sci-fi clichés mixed with Black Mirror episodes from ten years ago.

Interesting storylines can be found in the screens with information that appear when the hack tool is aimed at a random passerby. As a member of DedSec you get access to all private data of everyone on the street. This way you learn what keeps them busy and what their hobbies are, but also special skills when you recruit them. Notable potential new members can be monitored in this way.

The game is surprising in other ways too. For example, there are areas in missions that are completely inaccessible to humans, but that are visible through smart switching between cameras and drones. As a stealth game, Watch Dogs is now far from brilliant, but the game often has cool moments. Because hacking is effortless, with a few taps on your phone you can turn a quiet checkpoint into a chaos of suddenly enemy drones, parked cars pulling away at full throttle and weapons that suddenly stop working. Legion is a huge power fantasy in that respect and also quite a fun one.

Unfortunately, this third Watch Dogs doesn’t have enough fresh new ideas to keep the whole 15-20 hour long main story compelling. The new elements, such as multiple playable characters, are too superficially incorporated in the rest of the gameplay for that. For example, only towards the end of Legion does a mission pass in which there is mandatory switching between the characters. By then, the whole unique premise already feels wasted on a game that does far too little with it. Add to that the striking amount of bugs, extremely long loading times and crashes and you have a game that simply doesn’t feel quite finished.



+ Lots of variation between different characters
+ Beautifull and colorful London

– Switching between characters doesn’t feel necessary
– Monotonous set-up of missions

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– Estimated achievement difficulty:  2/10
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– Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 30-40 Hours
– Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
– Missable achievements : No
– Does difficulty affect achievements: No 
– Unobtainable/glitched achievements : No
– Extra equipment needed: No

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News | Watch Dogs Legion trailers show the story and additional content

Ubisoft has released two new trailers of the upcoming Watch Dogs Legion, which focus on the story and additional content.

Watch Dogs Legion is set in a future version of London, in which society is closely watched by the government. Players can be attacked by drones, but also deploy drones themselves, for example to spy or to fly around. Unique to the game is that players can in principle recruit all characters around the game world for their resistance group. These characters can then be controlled at any time.

Another trailer provides more information about both free and paid content coming to the game. For example, on December 3, a free online multiplayer is coming to the game. Players can roam freely through the game world with the four of them and do various cooperative missions. A PvP mode called Spiderbot Arena will also appear on that day, in which spider-like robots compete against each other in a deathmatch. New missions, new characters and a New Game Plus mode will also appear in 2021.

Paid content is also coming to Watch Dogs Legion through the Season Pass. For example, Bloodline, a new story about Aiden Pearce – the main character from the first Watch Dogs, appears. Additional DedSec missions and new characters will also be available.

Watch Dogs Legion will be released on October 29 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Epic Games Store, Uplay and Google Stadia. The game will also be available on Xbox Series X / S on November 10 and on PlayStation 5 on November 19. People who purchase the game on the current generation of consoles can upgrade it on the next-gen consoles at no cost.