Watch Dogs Legion Features Stormzy, Has His Own Mission
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Watch Dogs Legion Features Stormzy, Has His Own Mission

Lloyd Coombes
11 September 2020

London calling.

Watch Dogs: Legion once again had a sizable presence at Ubisoft Forward earlier this week, with plenty of new details emerging ahead of the game's October 29 release date.

Alongside a new gameplay trailer, it was revealed that British musician Stormzy would appear on the game's soundtrack with a song titled "Rainfall".

But there's more to his appearance than that.

Watch Dogs: Legion Will Have A Stormzy Mission

You can check out the Stormzy reveal below:

 

As you can see, the rapper's motion-captured music video is quite something.

Creative director Clint Hocking noted that Stormzy was chosen because he exemplifies the game's themes of "speaking up for the oppressed and holding those in power accountable".

Not only will the song be featured in the game, but the star will have his own mission for players to attempt.

Dubbed "Fall on my Enemies", we don't know what the mission will involve just yet, nor how we'll access it.

Our bigger question is arguably whether we'll be able to play as Stormzy.

Ubisoft hasn't said anything about it, but given Legion's entire philosophy is that you can play as anyone, we'd love to see if we can take control of the man himself.

For more on Watch Dogs: Legion, be sure to read about why the game's creative director thinks the chances of assembling an army of MI6 Grandmas is "one in a billion", as well as information about the game's extra development time. 

For what it's worth, I wasn't that excited about Legion, but the recent gameplay showings have me intrigued to use the citizens of London to solve puzzles, almost like using disguises in the Hitman franchise.

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