If you live in England, you likely know that London is a big city. As one of the oldest metropolitan areas in the world, the city has a wide variety of neighborhoods, quarters, burroughs, and more. The Watch Dogs Legion map will allow you to explore at least eight of them.
Watch Dogs Legion takes place in what is essentially post-Brexit England. Economic hardship, fanaticism in the government, and an erosion of civil rights has caused the hacktivist group DedSec to begin creating a popular resistance front, and the whole city is your oyster.
While we don’t know exactly what areas of London will be part of the Watch Dogs Legion map, we have a few names and landmarks to go on, including Camden, Westminster, the Arch of Wellington, the East End, and Brixton. We’ll likely learn more as the game’s development progresses.
Watch Dogs Legion’s popular resistance will allow players to take on the role of a wide variety of characters from all walks of life, whether they’re former soldiers, elderly citizens, or even amateur hackers, in order to do their part to free London from oppression.
Considering the detail that’s been taken in the previous two Watch Dogs games, Londoners will likely have an advantage over foreigners this time around as they could probably find their way around easily, even if the city’s been changed in the future.
Along with the new map and playable characters, the Watch Dogs Legion presentation at E3 showed us a wide variety of new toys to play with, including new drones, hacking abilities, combat systems, and weapons.
We’ll just have to see how much more is revealed of the Watch Dogs Legion map and other toys that you’ll be able to play with in the future. Watch Dogs Legion will be coming out on March 6 of 2020 on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.