Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs: Legion, after a year of launch, is now been offered free-to-play this weekend to promote the game. So, from September 3 to September 5, the game will be available for free-to-play via all platforms including PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and PC (via Ubisoft Store/Epic Games Store).
As reported by Wccftech, you can pre-load the game starting from today, September 1 as it’s pretty big in size. You can play the game in both single-player campaigns and its online mode, also gamers can save their game progression and will have access to discounts on the game and Season Pass if you purchase the game during the Free Weekend:
- PC via Ubisoft Store and Epic Games Store: 60% off of the Standard, Deluxe, Gold, and Ultimate Editions, and 25% off of the Season Pass.
- PC via Stadia Pro: 55% off the Deluxe Edition and 50% off the Gold Edition.
- PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4: 67% off of the Deluxe and Gold Editions.
Recently, in the new DLC launch trailer, we saw Assassins Creed meeting Watch Dogs: Legion, it introduces the new character of Assassin Darcy, who looks she’ll be engaging in quite a bit of the Brotherhood’s trademark neck stabbing. Know more about the update here.
The Watch Dogs: Legion was announced almost a year back, and it did receive some mixed reviews back then; we also described it as a whole new experience lacking the multiplayer mode but Ubisoft did bring multiplayer game mode to the game and improved regularly.
Also, Ubisoft brought the new Watch Dogs: Legion Bloodline DLC which has expanded the game’s ongoing story, this Bloodline DLC is set before the events of Legion and brings back Aiden from the first Watch Dogs and Wrench from Watch Dogs 2.
Go download the game for free and play to the fullest this weekend!