The ESRB rating has been updated to include references to Xbox Series X and PS5.
Update 4.30pmThat’s why the ESRB list has been updated as Watch Dogs Legion offers the Watch Dogs Complete Edition as part of the next season pass. I’m sorry for causing you trouble.
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Original story 08/11/20: The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) rates Watch Dogs Complete Edition for next-generation systems.
A special edition of the original Watch Dogs is already available on current generation consoles and PCs, but has recently been updated to include specific references to both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. (Thank you, GamesRadar +).
Ubisoft has not yet confirmed that the original Watch Dogs game is jumping to the next generation, but the information on the ESRB website is usually accurate.
ICYMI and Ubisoft are investigating the possibility of source code leaks from Watch Dogs Legion. In October, a ransomware gang called “Egregor” leaked data allegedly taken from the internal networks of Crysis makers Crytek and Ubisoft. As Wes reported back then, in the case of life-mimicking art, the source code for hacking the adventure game Watch Dogs Legion has been leaked online and weighs 560GB.
“Yes, it’s fun to wander around London. Yes, it’s exciting to go past the roped area and explore such iconic landmarks. Yes, especially from a predictable story path. When I jumped in and made it, I enjoyed it enough to play. My own entertainment. ” Said in a review of Eurogamer’s Watch Dogs Legion.
“But without a compelling story and concrete improvements to the strong standards set by Watch Dogs 2, Watch Dogs Legion is dark and unpleasant. It doesn’t matter how many protagonists the game can boast about. Is to worry about one of them. “