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Only 10 days left until the official launch of Watch Dogs Legion, and whilst some of us are excited for the futuristic hacking game, there are some worries about the game’s online connection. Thankfully, in a recent Reddit Q&A, Live Producer Lathieeshe Thillainathan answered a couple questions, including that Watch Dogs Legion will be playable offline.
We're just a couple weeks away from the official launch of Watch Dogs Legion, and Ubisoft previously gave us a pretty extensive selection of PC system requirements for 1080p, 1440p, and 4K resolutions as well as ray tracing requirements. Well, they've since been updated to include the new RTX 30 series graphics cards, so here's the updated requirements and what's exactly changed.
Ubisoft’s latest venture into the cybercrime warfare world is nearly here, as Watch Dogs Legion releases in just 3 weeks time, and in preparation Ubisoft has released an official story trailer for the game, as well as revealing some post-launch content and a full 1 hour of gameplay demo.
Yesterday’s GeForce Special Event gave us the official look at the next generation of RTX graphics cards by Nvidia, the Ampere-based RTX 30 series. Whilst there certainly was some exciting information revealed like the first ever consumer 8K 60fps GPU, the RTX 3090, Nvidia also released some brand new videos for Watch Dogs Legion detailing the ray tracing technology used and official DLSS support.
With the official announcement of the RTX 30 series graphics cards yesterday, Nvidia stunned us all with the sheer performance metrics that were reported as well as cheaper-than-expected price for each GPU. The Watch Dogs Legion and a 1 year subscription to GeForce Now, Nvidia’s own cloud gaming service.
Another Ubisoft title to get the spotlight at Gamescom 2020 is Watch Dogs Legion (we previously got some more Assassins Creed: Valhalla gameplay), which has given us a new gameplay video showcasing what it’s like to actually recruit one of the thousands of potential characters you can recruit across London. 
When Ubisoft announced the reveal of Watch Dogs Legion, it was met with considerable intrigue, mostly due to the fact that players could literally pick any NPC in the entire game and suddenly turn them into the protagonist. It was a pretty ambitious statement to say the least, and since then Watch Dogs Legion has grown to become one of the most anticipated titles of the year.
Ubisoft recently revealed a bunch of new content at their E3-style Ubisoft Forward event livestream, including a new trailer and some fresh new gameplay for Watch Dogs Legion. However, according to some recent reports on the game’s latest preview build demo, RTX 2080 Ti graphics card when ray tracing was enabled. Talk about demanding games, sheesh.
The Ubisoft Forward live event was streamed last night, and whilst we got some new gameplay footage for Assassins Creed Valhalla as well as the official announcement and world premier trailer for Far Cry 6, another one of Ubi's most anticipated titles was shown off. Watch Dogs Legion got some brand new gameplay, trailer and an official release date of Otober 29th this year.
Seems like some screenshots for the upcoming Watch Dogs Legion title have been leaked online ahead of the official Ubisoft Forward event, they’re nothing too special and they're quite low quality, but they sure are interesting to look at as they reveal some interesting features in the new hacking title.