Posted June 11, 2019 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

E3 2019: Watch Dogs Legion Release Date Is March 6th, 2020


We’re watching the E3 2019 Ubisoft press conference live, which opened with none other than the latest Watch Dogs game and we can now confirm the Watch Dogs Legion release date is March 6th, 2020.

Play as anyone in Watch Dogs Legion as you fight oppression in the surveillance state that is post-brexit London. Gather the perfect team to take down the oppressors, but be careful because if an NPC dies they die forever.

Watch Dogs Legion is the third game in the growing franchise which has already visited Chicago and San Francisco, however it’s time the franchise leaves the United States and ventures across the pond to visit Big Ben and The Queen.

It’s looking like Ubisoft is continuing their 1:1 scale map GIS technology they used in The Division 2 to recreate London in Watch Dogs Legion. Our estimates are a 10km x 10km map stretching from Hyde Park to Canary Wharf, down through Greenwich Park and then back to Brixton that we saw featured in the gameplay footage show.

Watch the official E3 2019 Watch Dogs Legion gameplay walkthrough trailer below:

 

Check out the first official Watch Dogs Legion gameplay walkthrough and follow Jimmy’s journey as he joins DedSec London.

From Piccadilly Circus to Camden Market, through to Scotland Yard, find and recruit new operatives into your resistance. Because in Watch Dogs Legion, you get to build your resistance from anyone you meet as you hack, infiltrate, and fight to take back a near-future London that is facing its downfall.

Reclaim your future!

The Watch Dogs Legion release date is March 6th, 2020 and it will launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. We also wouldn’t be surprised if it launches on Project Scarlett and PlayStation 5 later in the year.

For more information, head to the official Watch Dogs website and make sure to stay tuned to Rocket Chainsaw as we bring you all the news from the E3 2019 press conferences and show floor.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?