Watch Dogs: Legion
Watch Dogs: Legion (stylized as WATCH DOGS LΞGION) is an Action-adventure computer game developed by Ubisoft Toronto and published by Ubisoft. This is the third installment of the Watch Dogs series and the sequel to Watch Dogs 2. The game is set in a fictional open-world, third-person view of London. The game has the ability to control several characters who can be recruited through the game settings and who can be permanently lost in the course of the game. The game will also feature a cooperative mode that will allow up to four players to play together. The game was released on October 29, 2020 for Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms, the release of the version for Xbox Series X / S was scheduled for November 10, 2020 and November 24, 2020 – for PlayStation 5.
The plot of the game focuses on the efforts of the London branch of the hacker group DedSec to combat the authoritarian regime that has taken control of the UK thanks to an advanced surveillance system known as ctOS. DedSec recruits allies from all over the city to liberate the city through resistance. Each character in the game has its own story and skill set, and has a more dynamic impact on the game’s narrative as the story unfolds.
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WATCH DOGS LEGION – GAME DEMONSTRATION
Watch Dogs: Legion playlist on Ubisoft Russia channel
Watch Dogs: Legion is a third-person action-adventure game. Set in 2029, the game is set in an open world that is a fictional representation of London  , featuring famous landmarks, neighborhoods and cultural styles of the city. The game is set in London, which is under government supervision. Personal freedoms have been greatly restricted and citizens are constantly monitored in their activities by Albion, a private security company that acts as the city’s law enforcement agency.  The player has the ability to move around the city on foot, using vehicles , or quickly moving around the city metro stations, unlike the second game in the series. In the first and second installments of the series, which focused on using a single protagonist to control the storytelling, Legion has the ability to control multiple characters in game mode. Each of these characters can be recruited through a unique mission  , although this depends on their position in DedSec; for example, a character the hacker group is helping will come out to help them when asked and complete their recruiting mission, while a character whose family member is accidentally killed by a DedSec member will not tolerate the group and will probably refuse join.
After a character is added to the player’s list, he is assigned one of three classes: combat, stealth or hacker . Each class has its own set of tools and ability upgrades as the character is promoted after completing missions and actions. Each character also has their own story, which defines the special skills or traits they possess. For example, a recruited character might be more experienced with drones and thus deal more damage with them, while another is an “adrenaline junkie” who deals more damage but with the possible risk of dying at any random moment. All characters in the game recruited into the player’s team have their own personal lives when not controlled by the player.
Although the player can collect a large list of characters to play, each of them can be lost forever in the course of the game. Characters risk being killed while conducting DedSec operations against other groups or local law enforcement ; in such cases, when the currently controlled character is seriously injured, players can either force them to surrender to their opponents and allow them to be saved by another character, or try to resist and lose their pursuers at the risk of being killed and permanently removed from the player’s playable characters, such thus forcing the player to switch to another character.
Players can also join a team of up to four players in cooperative mode, dividing progress between single and multiplayer modes .
The London branch of DedSec, led by Sabina Brandt and her newly created artificial intelligence Bagley, detects armed intruders planting explosives in the parliament building. Sabina instructs DedSec agent Dalton Wolfe to defuse the bombs. Although he manages to achieve some success, he quickly learns that the attackers are from a fraudulent hacking group called Zero Day, which is trying to prevent him from interfering.