Watch Dogs: Legion launched the new era of gaming back in 2020. The game was hyped due to its multiple playable characters. But, Legion didn’t deliver on its promise of a brand new open world. The game had a lot of issues, and Ubisoft tried to solve a lot of them through updates. Now, even these updates are coming to an end for the game.
The recent 5.6 update will be the game’s last. Ubisoft announced this via the game’s website. A post on the official website explained this decision to the players. The development team thanked the fans for playing the game since the start. The team said they had modified the games according to feedback for the past year. But, the new title update will be the last.
This doesn’t mean the game is ending, though. The players can still do a lot in the online mode. Seasons 3-5 will cycle for the players. So, you will be able to collect rewards you previously missed.
The Rebels reward is still being tracked in the online mode. The season 5 Stripes reward will also be available soon. Afterward, the game will continue in a season loop for the players. Other upcoming awards include Aiden Pearce’s jacket, Jackson’s mask, and a clothing set. So, there is still some stuff to do for the game’s players.
The players can also explore the futuristic open-world of London. The game has a beautiful setting that you can explore for hours. This, coupled with an action-packed online mode, the game is far from dead.
Watch Dogs: Legion was underwhelming for many fans of the series. The game had a creative concept but feeble execution. Repetitive missions and technical issues didn’t live up to the hype. But, the game still had a lot of good stuff that the developers could be proud of. Its protagonist system is one of a kind, and the open-world was very well built. So, even if the game wasn’t amazing, it wasn’t bad either.
Unfortunately, there will not be any more updates for the game. But, a year of content for a single-player-based game is excellent. So, it’s safe to say Ubisoft has done a fantastic job post-release.