We get to take a look at the game in still form and at some of its artwork, which definitely appears to be very appropriate for the Watch Dogs franchise.
Every NPC in the game can be hacked and controlled, making the game the most accessible in the series.More news: Russian newspapers unite in protest over arrested journalist: who is Ivan Golunov?
However, to fill in the gaps with important contextual information, Ubisoft has given us a pretty beefy gameplay video to chew on.
The government has turned totalitarian, freedom is a thing of the past, and killer, state-controlled "riot control" drones prowl the streets looking for anyone who might be stepping out of line.
The characters you'll meet roaming around London aren't randomly generated; instead, each has a persistent schedule and backstory, as well as special traits you can leverage to help your cause using the Play as Anyone feature. It means that nearly everyone in the game is a potential recruit for DeadSec. Each of them comes with their own origin story, and unique set of skills for players to take advantage of. There are characters good at infiltration, some better with full-on combat. But if you draw a gun - even a nonlethal one - they'll do likewise, and the confrontation could end with your character permanently killed. Then the standard edition is the one you'll want. Like Cyberpunk 2077, it seems Ubisoft will need quite a bit of extra time with Legion before it's polished enough for launch.More news: Esha Deol Takhtani welcomes baby girl Miraya home
Legion arrives on March 6, 2020, with digital and physical pre-orders open now.
All four editions are now up for pre-order on Ubisoft's store, with the Gold Edition running $99.99, the Ultimate Edition coming in at $119.99, and the Collector's Edition setting you back at not-insignificant $189.99.More news: Russian Federation still undecided on OPEC oil deal extension: Saudi