A lot of the fun of playing Watch Dogs: Legion is seeing what kinds of people you can run into while you're playing. Sure, you can run into a street magician and that's weird enough, but what did that esports player do?
Watch Dogs: Legion has an open-world playground for you to go explore in near-future London. Sometimes freeing London from the grip of oppression can be a little tiresome, so take a break with these minigames.
Watch Dogs: Legion has a ton of clothing shops to choose from. Finding that one specific type can be frustrating when you're running around all over London trying to find where it is. Follow this handy guide to find exactly what you need, and where it can be found.
Watch Dogs: Legion is the latest Ubisoft title to hit the video game world, and it's off to a great start. Thanks to a new trailer, we can get a sneak peek at how Watch Dogs: Legion will look and perform on Xbox Series X.
Watch Dogs: Legion is the third entry into the open-world hacker game created by Ubisoft that engages the player in near-future London. Between all the bars, back alleys, side missions, and people to recruit, it can seem a little daunting on how to start out. Here is a handy run-down of some tips that will make your life a little more tolerable.
Watch Dogs: Legion is here and if you have an NVIDIA RTX 20- or 30-series graphics card you'll probably be interested in the RTX ray tracing and DLSS 2.0 AI performance improvements. We've run a quick test to see just what happens, and what kind of magic is going on.
Watch Dogs: Legion imagines a near-future Britain that is a totalitarian capitalist hellscape, and you hold the keys to revolution. Here's our hands-on gameplay preview impressions, ahead of the game's October 27 launch date.