Watch Dogs Legion details its microtransactions


Watch Dogs Legion details its microtransactions

Available at the end of the month on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Watch Dogs Legion comes to tell us a little more about the microtransactions that will be offered to players. Via the Ubisoft website, we learn that it will be possible to buy skins, masks and new operational agents to support our cause.

The editor specifies however that the agents acquired via this process will not offer any bonus vis-à-vis the various protagonists who will cross our path during our journey to London. In order to get a better idea of ​​the price to pay, Ubisoft also details the conversion that will be made during purchases.

Cosmetic and Operational purchases in the Premium Store are paid for using WD Credits, which can be purchased with real money at an exchange rate of approximately 100 WD Credits to $1, or your regional equivalent.

Additionally, the website also details another way to earn in-game currency called ETO, which allows players to purchase in-game clothing, vehicle paints, and more. ETO packs can be purchased from the in-game store via microtransactions, but players can also freely earn ETO by playing through the main storyline, side missions, and replayable activities..

As you will have understood, although present, the microtransactions will not upset the situation for the players and everyone will be free to proceed in the way they wish.

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