Roam the streets of futuristic London – TXG Games

The new installment of the Watch Dogs saga will allow you to explore the confines of one of the most cosmopolitan cities: London.

Tour the streets of futuristic London with the premiere of Watch Dogs®: Legion, a version that will allow you to explore its corners and discover its secrets at the hands of its inhabitants and members of the Resistance.

Set in the cosmopolitan capital of Great Britain, Watch Dogs®: Legion will bring with it the innovative Play-As-Anyone experience, which will allow you to recruit any citizen of London with their own story and skill set.

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Locations that you should not miss:

Trafalgar Square

Located in the heart of London, it is one of the most popular squares in the city. Work of two great architects: Sir Charles Barry and John Nash.

In its center you can find Nelson’s Column with its 46 meters high and Corinthian style, crowned with a statue of the Admiral and flanked by four lions and fountains.

The square was built to commemorate the British victory at the Battle of Trafalgar and is one of the must-see meeting points for celebrations such as Christmas and New Years, so you will always find many characters in its vicinity.

El Big Ben

The world’s largest four-sided clock, located in the north tower of the British Parliament building and affectionately nicknamed Big Ben, is a symbol of English punctuality and the reliability of its people.

In addition to being identified as one of the most recognizable points of the city and the country. Neo-Gothic in style, it was designed by the architect Augustus Pugin and completed in 1859.

Due to its proximity to the London Eye, Tower Bridge and Westminster Abbey, it is a mandatory stop on tours of the city.

El Tower Bridge

Another symbol of London, Tower Bridge is a drawbridge of Victorian architecture dating from the 19th century. In addition to linking the banks of the Thames, this iconic bridge features an exhibition that shows the history of its construction and the evolution of the mechanisms that make it work.

Like Big Ben, Tower Bridge is one of the attractions that cannot be missed on a tour of London, not only for its privileged location, but for its history and symbolism, as well as the personalities that you might run into there.

Camden Town

One of the most popular and picturesque neighborhoods in the British capital. Camden is a vibrant kaleidoscope of shops, pubs, street food stalls, music, and antiques.

A melting pot where London’s youth gather to listen to good music, buy clothes and have a good pint of beer in one of the bars in the area, eat the traditional “fish & chips” dish and see extraordinary works of street art and urban graffiti created by local artists.

Picadilly Circus

If theater, cinema and party are your thing, then you must go to Piccadilly Circus. The square is surrounded by restaurants, shops, theaters and cinemas, so you won’t get bored at any time.

It is known for its illuminated signs and a beautiful fountain with the god Eros. Picadilly is considered the center of fun in London, so it is likely that you will run into the most diverse characters in the city, lovers of a good story or an adventure.

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El London Eye

Also known as the Millennium Wheel, this massive Ferris wheel offers the best views of the city, a huge bonus if you want to keep an eye on everything from above.

On a clear day and without the classic English fog, you can see 40 km around. In addition, in each cabin made of glass and steel, about 25 people can fit and the Ferris wheel is in constant motion to allow access to its passengers without stopping.

London faces its downfall

Amid the mounting unrest of restless London, a mysterious entity known as Zero-Day has framed DedSec’s secret resistance, for coordinated bombings across London.

As a consequence, criminal opportunists from all the dark corners of London took over and filled the void left by a defeated government.

As a member of DedSec, players will face extraordinary criminals in Watch Dogs: Legion; sadists, mercenaries, cybercriminals and more.

They will have to be prepared for a variety of situations. Players must recruit members into their DedSec Resistance to take on these criminal opportunists, liberate London, and uncover the mystery behind Zero-Day.

Tour the streets of futuristic London from Xbox One, PlayStation®4, Stadia and Windows PC on Epic Games and Uplay. The game will be available on UPLAY +, Ubisoft’s subscription service.

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