Watch Dogs 07 Oct 2020

Watch Dogs Legion Post-Launch Roadmap and Season Pass Contents Revealed

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Watch Dogs: Legion launches later this month, and Ubisoft has revealed a wealth of post-launch content coming to its dystopian London-set adventure.

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Players can expect a mix of free and paid content, including a multiplayer mode that arrives on December 3.

Read More: Watch Dogs Legion: Clint Hawking Says ‘An Army Of MI6 Spy Grandmas’ Would Be ‘One In A Billion’

Watch Dogs: Legion Post-Launch Details

Check out the trailer below:

 

The online update will allow for players to free-roam in co-op with up to three friends, or engage in specific co-op mission types for two to four players.

There are also four-player Tactical Ops missions, as well as the return of the Spiderbot, this time in a deathmatch mode for four to eight players.

Invasion also makes a return, allowing players to infiltrate the worlds of other players.

There will also be additional content coming in 2021, including new characters, missions, and a New Game Plus mode.

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Then there's the season pass content, which will include an expansion titled "Bloodline".

In it, players can find Aiden Pearce and Wrench from the first and second games respectively, as well as new characters Darcy (a modern-day member of the Brotherhood, as in the Assassin's Creed franchise), and Mina, capable of unleashing mind control powers.

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

The game will also include British musician Stormzy, and the rapper will have his own mission. Find out more here.

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