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Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline DLC coming this July

During their Ubisoft Forward event at E3 2021, the company announced the release date and more details for the upcoming Bloodline DLC for Watch Dogs: Legion.

According to Ubisoft:

Set before the events of the main game, Aiden Pearce leaves Chicago for London where he will take over a contract and reunite with Wrench and his nephew Jackson. Caught between a powerful military robotics corporation and a returning DedSec member with an opposing agenda, Aiden must rely on his grit and experience to navigate a hostile city, try to outmaneuver his enemies, and keep his family intact.

Both Aiden and Wrench will be playable in the DLC and you can use them as part of the main story in Watch Dogs: Legion.

Each character has their own abilities, like Aiden’s slow-mo after a takedown, damage buff after a reload and being able to disable nearby tech using a System Crash.

Wrench on the other hand has a MPX SMG, LTL grenade launcher, a hammer called Lady Smash and flashbangs calls Ninja Balls.

There will also be new main missions for both characters in Watch Dogs: Legion.

Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline is launching on July 6th and is part of the Season Pass or as a standalone in-game purchase.

For the rest of Ubisoft’s announcements, you can read about them here.

You can read more about Watch Dogs: Legion in our full review.

Source: Ubisoft


By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is the editor-in-chief of TheCanadianTechie, a site he started in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”. He is a versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more.

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