It has been around six months since Watch Dogs Legion first released, so its about time for a free weekend. Later this week, Ubisoft will be making Watch Dogs Legion free to download and play for a limited time. Aside from that, the game also has a new roadmap for future DLC and updates.
Starting off with the roadmap, players can expect plenty of new content for Watch Dogs Legion Online in the near-future, including a new hero, a new single-player mission, new co-op missions and better character customisation. All of that is planned for April, leading up to May's bigger update, which includes a new multiplayer Tactical Op, PvP invasion and PvP extraction modes.
Bloodline, new Online content, Character Customization, and much more; take a look at our roadmap of what's coming to Watch Dogs: Legion! pic.twitter.com/AvzpQakTZA
— Watch Dogs: Legion (@watchdogsgame) March 23, 2021
In June, we'll be focussing on single-player content again, with the launch of the Bloodline campaign expansion, which also introduces Aiden Pearce and Wrench from the previous Watch Dogs games. Finally, in August, Ubisoft will add another playable hero, new missions and release an Assassin's Creed crossover event.
For those that just want to get in and play the game as it is currently, you can do so for free this week. From the 25th of March to the 29th of March, Watch Dogs Legion will be free to play, although single-player progress is limited to the first two chapters, so you won't be able to play it all the way through to the end. Still, you'll be able to play enough to figure out if you want to pick it up on sale to finish it.
KitGuru Says: While Watch Dogs Legion wasn't the follow-up I expected, I enjoyed the game quite a bit. Are any of you planning on giving this one a go during the free weekend period?