A New Trailer Accompanies the Release of Watch Dogs: Legion of the Dead for all Platforms
Ubisoft released a new trailer to promote a game mode just added to console versions. Legion Watchdogs. ThisLegion of the Dead is the new model. Previously, it was only available to PC gamers in an Alpha state. It is now available to all players in an Alpha state. Legion WatchdogsLaunched last year to mixed reviews. It has since relaunched itself with strong DLC content.
Legion of the Dead can be played with up to three players. Public matchmaking is an option. This model includes many features found in other games within the zombie survival genre, such as managing resources and using power-ups. Watch Dogs: Legion will have this mode, along with the Bloodline storey DLC, which featured Aiden Pearce’s return, the protagonist from the first game.
Watch Dogs: Legion’s new mode allows players to find supplies throughout London and make it home alive. Players must deal with the Zombies and Clan Kelley enforcers as they guard valuable resources to help them survive. Each successful extraction will award them with Z-creds, which can be used for powerful weapons or tools in the next run. This trailer shows players using special powers, weapons, and tools to survive in a zombie-infested London. The trailer explains some of the features of Legion of the Dead and concludes by confirming that the game mode has been made available for all players as an update.
Ubisoft claims that Legion of the Dead has been designed to be highly dynamic. Players can use many strategies to escape. The gameplay loop requires them to adjust their strategies as they go.
Despite the initial reaction to Watch Dogs: Legion, Ubisoft’s new content has helped revive interest in the game. It seems that Legion of the Dead was well received by PC gamers, while Bloodline received a slightly better critical reception.
Even Watch Dogs: Legion has a crossover event that also includes Assassin’s Creed. This seems like the perfect model for a new Assassin’s Creed game set in modern time. This is likely to mark the end of Year 1 content Watch Dogs Legion. However, Ubisoft might be encouraged to continue to release DLC and story expansions if the reception for the game continues to be positive.