Watch Dogs Legion: Welcome to London! [VIDEO]

Ubisoft is preparing for the release of Watch Dogs Legion, which has now received an inviting trailer. The game is coming in October.


The new Nvidia graphics cards have been presented to the public, and companies have taken the opportunity to show what their own games look like. We have seen it with Fortnite and now it is the turn of Watch Dogs Legion, which boasts visual power in a new trailer.

Ubisoft has published a new video of its long-awaited sandbox welcoming us to its particular dystopian vision of London in which the next instalment of the Watch Dogs saga will take place. The French studio takes the opportunity to take advantage of how it looks thanks to Ray tracing and DLSS technology from Nvidia. Chinatown, Soho or Battersea like you’ve never seen them before.



Watch Dogs Legion will give us the possibility to embody various characters in the adventure; all the inhabitants of the game will be controllable and each one with its own combat style. That will mean that there is not just one protagonist and that the skills and evolution of the game can be different and varied according to the style that we require at all times. With the caution that, if the character dies, we lose him forever.

It also seems that soon we will know new details of Watch Dogs Legion since it is one of the titles that appear in the promotional video of the next Ubisoft Forward, in which the French company will show the public the plans for its next releases.

Source: 3DJuegos

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