Ubisoft would like to bring more players to Watch Dogs: Legion released in 2020. For this purpose, you will soon be able to immerse yourself in the adventure for free. The campaign is also accompanied by a price reduction.
Watch Dogs: Legion free to play this weekend
Ubisoft has recently announced that Watch Dogs: Legion will be free to play on PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC between March 25 and 29, 2021. The pre-download is possible from tomorrow.
In the course of the free weekend, the single-player, as well as the online mode, can be tackled. You will be able to recruit any NPC in London in the near future and play it yourself.
You can take part in any side activity like darts or fist-fighting and explore half of the eight boroughs, including the City of London, Islington, and Hackney. The story of the game can also be mastered up to the mission Skye Larsen.
If you decide to purchase the full version of Watch Dogs Legion after the free weekend, you can take over the save game progress you have made. On some platforms, discounts are offered to match the following:
PlayStation: From March 24th to March 31st – 50% off the game and 25% off the Season Pass
Xbox: From March 25th to April 15th – 50% discount on the game
Ubisoft Store on Windows PC: Until April 9th - 50% off the game and 25% off the Season Pass
Epic Games Store on Windows PC: Until April 8th – 50% off the game and 25% off the Season Pass
Stadia: From March 25th to March 29th – 50% off the game and 25% off the Season Pass
Watch Dogs: Legion has been available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC since the end of October 2020. With the launch of the new consoles, the corresponding PS5, and Xbox Series X/S versions followed, which have some technical upgrades to offer.
Below is a trailer for the Free Weekend: