Watch Dogs: Legion Bloodline Expansion Release Date Announced at E3

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E3 2021 will be held from June 12th to 15th as a rethinked all-virtual online event. Nintendo, Xbox, Bethesda, Square Enix, Sega, Bandai Namco, Ubisoft, Capcom and more will deliver new video game announcements, trailers, release dates and more.

Watch Dogs: Legion — PedigreeThe story expansion for those who purchased the game’s Premium Season Pass will begin on July 6, Ubisoft said on Saturday.The story brings back Aiden Pierce from the beginning watch dogs And from the second, wrench as a playable character.

According to a Ubisoft news release, Pierce came to London to reunite with his nephew Jackson. He is supposed to infiltrate the BrocaTech lab and steal cutting-edge technology, but Wrench first gets the device and escapes. Pierce and his nephew are now blamed by those who hired him because his job failed.

According to a Ubisoft statement Pedigree This is the first part of the main campaign of watch dogs: LegionIt also offers some side quests to complete both characters.

Watch Dogs: Legion — Bloodline If you don’t have a Season Pass, you can use it a la carte for $ 14.99. The Season Pass is $ 29.99 if it wasn’t available in either of the two premium editions when the game went on sale in October 2020, and players on both single-player and multiplayer tours will have Aiden Pearce and Wrench DedSec. You can add it to the Resistance Club. Watch Dogs: Legion Online Mode released in March.

Watch Dogs: Legion Released on October 29th for Google Stadia, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One, Amazon’s Luna service, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X versions were added later.

Post-release content, both free and premium, was delayed by both development challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic and other bugs and fixes required in the main game. The first part of the Premium Season Pass content, released in early May, included a single-player campaign and new missions for special playable operatives. On June 1st, Ubisoft Toronto released a new free mode for PC games. Watch Dogs: Legion of the Dead, Fight online players against hordes of zombies.