A near-future, post-Brexit world.
Watch Canines Legion has reportedly been leaked, and is allegedly set in a “near-future, dystopian model of London.”
Reported by The Nerd Magazine, an inventory for the sport was seemingly leaked by Amazon UK.
The product description on the web page reads “Watch_Dogs Legion is ready in a near-future, dystopian model of London. It is a post-Brexit world wherein society, politics and know-how have modified and altered London’s fortunes. London is among the most iconic cities on the earth and has had an enormous affect on all of Western Tradition for hundreds of years… London makes whole sense for WD, as town has one of many highest surveillce [sic] ranges on the earth making this the proper playground.”
The “In regards to the product” description provides extra data on gameplay, saying gamers can assume the position of any NPC, noting “Each particular person you meet within the open world, has a full set of animations, voice over, character traits and visuals which can be generated and guided by gameplay methods.”
Kotaku claims the leak is correct, saying gamers will “… see various things at totally different factors within the sport relying which NPC you’re enjoying as.” Whereas no launch data was given on the web page, it’s listed as a PS4 sport, and is prone to even be launched on Xbox One and PC. IGN has reached out to Ubisoft for remark.
Final yr, previous to E3 2018, Walmart Canada equally leaked a bevy of video games, together with Gears four, Rage 2 and extra. Whereas nonetheless unconfirmed, it appears probably Ubisoft will formally reveal Watch Canines Legion subsequent week, giving us extra data on the upcoming title.
Ubisoft will maintain its E3 2019 press convention on Monday, June 10 at 12:30 PM PT/three:30 PM ET/eight:30 PM BST/5:30 AM AEST – you may try subsequent week’s full livestream schedule on our E3 2019 wiki.
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