When it was introduced to the public, Watch Dogs: Legion was a revolutionary concept. Just imagine, a game that not only allows you to be anyone, but also comes with a unique narrative, a main story that can be completed, a daily life schedule, to unique skills that remind you of RPG games.
But unfortunately, despite this ambitious approach, WD: Legion actually gave birth to new weaknesses that deserve to be discussed. His age also turned out to be not as long as imagined.
In the midst of many other Ubisoft games that get content updates for quite a long time, up to yearly intervals, Watch Dogs: Legion unfortunately has to fall into the realm of unpopularity. After the 5.6 update, Ubisoft confirmed that it will no longer provide updates for the game that takes London as the main setting.
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This means, support stops after Watch Dogs: Legion is about 1 year 3 months old. Of course, Ubisoft will continue to support online features that it uses using the rotation system of Season 1-5 content.
Ubisoft itself has not spoken about wanting to mix more of the new Watch Dogs series in the future. How about you? Including gamers who are still actively playing WD Legion until now?