During Ubisoft Forward, Ubisoft announced that a new expansion for Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline – will release on July 6th for consoles and PC. Set before the events of the main game, Bloodline will see players taking on the role of Aiden and Wrench from the first and second game respectively in a brand new action packed story. The expansion can be purchased as a standalone for $14.99, or accessed through the season pass. See the full details below:
Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline is a standalone narrative expansion where players will take control of Aiden from the original Watch Dogs® game and Wrench from Watch Dogs® 2 in a new story arc. In Bloodline, players will follow Aiden as he accepts a routine fixer job in London to reconnect with his nephew Jackson following the events of Watch Dogs. Aiden’s mission is to infiltrate a high-tech laboratory from Broca Tech to steal a mysterious and valuable piece of technology, but his mission is compromised when Wrench escapes with the device. With his fixer contract now gone sideways, Aiden is caught in a deadly crossfire. With no real allies against a corporate giant, and with Wrench one step ahead of him, Aiden must team up with his estranged nephew Jackson, and rely on his grit and experience. With Wrench’s unpredictable behavior, things are bound to get chaotic.
Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline is set before the events of Watch Dogs: Legion’s main campaign. Bloodline also features multiple side quests for both Aiden and Wrench as they get drawn into London’s struggle with authoritarianism.
Players can access the Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline expansion through the Season Pass, available now for $29.99 or as part of Watch Dogs: Legion Gold and Ultimate Editions. The expansion can also be purchased as a standalone for $14.99. Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline requires the base game, Watch Dogs: Legion, in order to play.
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