The Ubisoft Forward event unveiled the newest trailer for Watch Dogs: Legion in greater detail.
With the second rendition of the Ubisoft Forward event still going, new details are being revealed about some of the games that will be launched for next-gen consoles, the PS5, and the Xbox Series X.
One of those is Watch Dogs: Legion, and Ubisoft has released a new trailer that shows the game’s recruitment system. Here is what you need to know.
Watch Dogs: Legion New Trailer Details
During the Ubisoft Forward event in July, Ubisoft unveiled some of the characters we could invite to join our Watch Dogs: Legion team. The game studio offered some insight into the improvements of the so-flexible Watch Dogs: Legion player character system that this installment brings to us. Now, there’s a new trailer that shows this thing in action and fuller detail.
The new trailer shows how players can choose to recruit different characters to their teams to help save the great London. In the video, we can notice the player character hacking into characters’ online profiles, unveiling their different skillsets.
The first character is Dan McCleary, a potential getaway driver with the skill to hack cars and chase drone immunity. After his car hacking “power” was shown off, Ubisoft presented Elena Tomezak, who can use her hacking skills to steal keys and shock opponents at any distance.
The next character is Teresa Hall, a street artist who throws paint bombs to disorient opponents. She uses a sleek paintball gun as a weapon.
The Recruit System Explained
While presenting all these characters and their skills, the trailer also shows us how to recruit them. We need to talk to potential Watch Dogs: Legion recruits to find out how to prove the cause we are fighting for.
However, the trailer reminds us that some characters might not be well suited to specific tasks and missions. You can watch the trailer below.
Watch Dogs: Legion will arrive on October 29 for PS4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC. The game will also come to the PS5 at a still unknown date, and to the Xbox Series X on November 10.