Ubisoft teases Watch Dogs Legion for E3 2019

Watch Dogs Legion

Ubisoft’s Watch Dog open world video games have offered fans a big playground for hacking in a virtual world. Players can hack street lights, machines, phones, and other electronic items to take down crime and help save the cities from an evil corporation. The official Watch Dogs Twitter has posted a short video clip of its logo, and it’s having fans excited about the future of the Watch Dogs universe.

What’s interesting is that the account has changed its name to Watch Dogs Legion, with the caption reading: “God Save the NPCs. Reveal at E3.”

So what is Watch Dogs Legion? Could it be the third game in the series? Will this be a spinoff? With the “God Save the NPCs” caption, this could hint at a simulation game similar to Fallout Shelter. Fans will likely find out more about the upcoming game during the Ubisoft E3 2019 Conference on Monday, June 10, 2019.

There is a leak on Amazon UK, and it’s looking like the game will be set in London. It’s said that you will get to play as any of the NPCs who are on your side.

Product description: Play as anyone, Every individual you meet in the open world, has a full set of animations, voice over, character traits and visuals that are generated & guided by gameplay systems.

In the first game, you control Aiden Pearce in the city of Chicago. He is a skilled hacker who wears a trenchcoat and hat and has the power to mess with the CTOS of Chicago. In the sequel, you play as Marcus Holloway, a young hacker in the city of San Francisco. The vibrant city of San Francisco is a stark contrast to the gritty world of Chicago. With the third game looking to be set in London, it’s the first to set the game outside of the United States.

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