Watch Dogs Legion Reviews – It could have been better.

Watch Dogs Legion is the third full-fledged part of Ubisoft’s sandbox series and one of the biggest premieres this fall. The predecessors collected quite good ratings on industry websites, although it cannot be denied that many players remember the so-called graphic downgrade of the original version. How did the “three” come out? Average grades in aggregators Metacritic (78% for the Xbox One version) i OpenCritic (75%) suggest that we are dealing with a decent production that will please fans of the series and Ubisoft open worlds, but not everything also sounded as it should. This is also confirmed by our Watch Dogs Legion review, which you can read by clicking on the link below.

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Watch Dogs Legion – ratings in selected reviews:

  • – 7.5 / 10
  • Game Informer – 9/10
  • IGN – 8/10
  • GameSpot – 8/10
  • SamaGame – 8/10
  • Wccftech – 7.9 / 10
  • COGconnected – 75/100
  • PCGamesN – 7/10
  • GamesRadar + – 3.5 / 5
  • Metro GameCentral – 6/10
  • VG247 – 3/5
  • Videogamer – 5/10

Watch Dogs Legion offers a traditional for Ubisoft games, well-mapped open world with a lot of quests and side activities. The gameplay, however, is very repetitive and despite the fact that it allows a lot of freedom of action, according to some reviewers, it is sometimes too restrictive. Contrary to appearances, it is not as revolutionary as you might have judged from the announcements. On the other hand, critics quite unanimously appreciate the recruiting system, a complete novelty in the series, and the hacking opportunities that amuse even more than in previous installments, and which expand over time thanks to the development system. However, it is regrettable that Watch Dogs Legion According to some reviews, it shows all its tricks in just the first few hours of play, and then does not reveal too much new to players.

It has also taken a toll on the plot and characters that are, in short, terribly bland. It is not surprising, however, since instead of well-defined heroes, we received a hundred NPCs over which we take control. Unfortunately, this accusation also applies to fictional characters, including clichéd antagonists.

Watch Dogs Legion Reviews – It could have been better

To sum up, Watch Dogs Legion is a decent game that performs well in terms of gameplay mechanics and London mapping, but is out of quality in terms of plot and design of many missions that are too schematic. In terms of average ratings, it is at a similar level to the previous editions of the Ubisoft series, so it is hard to talk about a big surprise.

Watch Dogs Legion presents a level similar to the previous parts of the series.

Watch Dogs Legion Reviews – It could have been better

Watch Dogs: Legion will debut tomorrow, on October 29, 2020, on PC (Ubisoft Connect, Epic Games Store), Google Stadia and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles in the Polish cinema language version (subtitles). Editions for the Xbox Series X / S and PS5 will be released on their premiere, which is November 10 and, depending on the country, November 12 and 19 this year, respectively. On new consoles we will play in 4K resolution at 30 fps with ray tracing enabled.

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Watch Dogs Legion Reviews – It could have been better