The Watch Dogs series have been a fan favourite for a long time now. The highly acclaimed game series’ latest installment has caused an uproar in the gaming community, regarding it’s updates. Here’s what we know about the latest DLC for Watch Dogs Legion:
Watch Dogs Legion
Watch Dogs Legion is the sequel to the 2016 released game, Watch Dogs 2. It is also the latest installment in the series of Watch Dogs games. The games have been praised for their engaging storyline with stunning graphics. Watch Dogs titles have been nominated many times for several awards, and rightfully so. They are one of the best and most played sandbox games.
Set in a dystopian London, Watch Dogs Legion follows a group of hackers wreaking havoc across the city trying to clear themselves of a series of bombings they were framed for. The group also aims to take London back from the oppressing powers. The gameplay incorporates free world roaming, which couple with the game’s mechanisms resulted in a commercial success. A much-awaited sequel, Watch Dogs Legion received generally positive reviews praising it’s gameplay and graphics. Released in October 2020, Ubisoft introduced a lot of new concepts into the game. One of these was the ability to recruit NPCs into your group, which then can be later controlled by the player throughout the game.
Watch Dogs Legion DLC 2021
On 3 December 2020, Ubisoft announced a sequel for Watch Dogs to be released in 2021. Named Bloodline, the update will be available to season pass holders in early access. While the exact details of the supposed updates are still fairly inconclusive, the new update will include a new storyline as well as several new special characters. This includes characters from previous Watch Dogs games like Aiden Pearce and Wrench. The characters also include Mina, from Assassin’s Creed, another famous title by Ubisoft. While Season pass is available for purchase, most of it’s content is still in the works. A standard Ubisoft release timeline means the DLC will be teased at least a month before the release.
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