Watch Dogs Legion Releasing for Xbox Series X and S At The Same Time as The Consoles

Today Ubisoft announced the release date of the next-generation Xbox version of Watch Dogs Legion, and it's day one.

Watch Dogs Legion

Today Ubisoft announced the release date of the next-generation Xbox version of Watch Dogs Legion.

The game will release on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S at the same time as the two consoles hit the shelves, on November 10, while the current-gen version is still coming on October 29.

Of course, we still don’t know when it’s coming to PS5 as Sony’s console doesn’t have a release date yet.

You can check the official announcement below.

If you’re unfamiliar with Watch Dogs Legion, you can read an official description below.

In the near future, London is facing its downfall: the people are being oppressed by an all-seeing surveillance state, private militaries control the streets, and a powerful crime syndicate is preying on the vulnerable. The fate of London lies with you, and your ability to recruit a resistance and fight back.

Play as Anyone

Watch Dogs: Legion delivers a never-before-seen gameplay innovation that allows you to recruit and play as anyone from the entire population of London. Anyone you see can join your resistance and has a unique backstory, personality, and skillset.

Customize your Recruits

Unlock unique perks to personalize each member of your Legion according to your playstyle. Level-up each character within classes such as Hacker, Infiltrator, and Assault. Customize them further with unique outfits and iconic masks.

If you want to see more about the game, you can check out a recent gameplay video.

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