As we covered on Monday, a Watch Dogs: Legion demo Ubisoft showed at E3 was set in London and depicted a member of a revolutionary group, Ian, removing the "non-" from several non-player characters to help him fight government surveillance drones. Each citizen has their own perks and occupations; you'll have to think carefully about who you recruit.
Given that Watch Dogs Legion will allow players to take control of any NPC in the game, which was previously predicted by leaks, Ubisoft explained at E3 that all cinematics will vary, depending on the character that the player is now in control of.
Ubisoft finally unveiled Watch Dogs Legion during their E3 2019 presentation on June 10, after months of speculation as to what the next entry in the series could look like. According to the creative director, you can recruit and play as anyone. The characters walking the streets of London are the stars of the game, fully-voiced characters with extensive back stories. From what we've seen, each playable character seems to blend seamlessly into the over-arching story, and perhaps most importantly, they can die - permanently.
Keep your operatives alive, though, and you'll be able to take advantage of their existing traits to excel in whatever role you choose for them, and unlock new abilities and tools as you level them up.
We learn that pre-ordering Watch Dogs: Legion will grand the Golden King Pack, which includes the Uneasy Lies Mask, the Serpent Sisters pistol skin, and the Lux vehicle skin as bonus DLC.
The Standard Edition, which includes the base game. In addition, Ubisoft's trailer also confirmed the Watch Dogs Legion release date, confirming the hack-'em-up will launch on March 6, 2020.