Including new story missions, multiplayer mode, crossovers and more
Ubisoft has unveiled the post-launch plans for Watch Dogs: Legion, which includes multiplayer content and single-player expansions.
The add-ons will include both free and paid-for content, the latter will be available as part of the season pass. The first piece of free content will drop on December 3, which adds multiplayer to Watch Dogs: Legion.
In multiplayer, groups of up to four will be able to free-roam London and take part in a variety of side activities and events. There will also be co-op missions and Tactical Op missions, both of which will require teamwork and communication to succeed.
PvP also will be added, a series first. The mode is known as Spider Bot arena and will pit four to eight players in a free-for-all deathmatch, controlling a variety of spider machines. Single-player is also expected to receive free post-launch content in the form of new characters with new abilities, new missions and a new game plus mode.
In addition, players who purchase the season pass will be entitled to a new expansion titled Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodlines. The new content is expected to drop sometime in 2021 and will include protagonist Aiden Pearce from the original game, and Wrench from Watch Dogs 2. The storyline can be played through either in single player or online co-op.
Check out the new trailer below:
A crossover with Assassin’s Creed, another one of Ubisoft’s long-running franchises, is set to be introduced at a later date. It will feature a new exclusive playable character known as Darcey. Another character called Mina, who possesses the ability to mind control enemies, is also in the pipeline.
In addition to all the new content, season pass owners will also receive extra DedSec missions and a copy of Watch Dogs Complete Edition.
It was recently revealed that British artist Stormzy will be incorporated within the game as a special mission. The mission will be available when the game launches on October 29.