It wouldn’t be E3 without Ubisoft rolling out one of their popular titles for its latest iteration. This year, Watch Dogs: Legion was announced, even though the entire world knew about it long before the official reveal. What we did get at the reveal, though, was a concrete release date from Ubisoft, which should help gamers map out their gaming plans in the second half of 2019 and the first half of 2020.
Watch Dogs: Legion release date
The Watch Dogs: Legion release date is March 6, 2020. This applies to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The game is available for pre-order right now, and depending on the edition players opt for, their release date could be sooner than they think.
For those that pre-order the Gold Edition or Ultimate Edition of Watch Dogs: Legion, the release date will be March 3, 2020, which is three days before those that opt to pick up the Standard Edition. This is common behavior from big publishers trying to add value to their super-duper editions of games, so it’s going to come down to how badly you want to play three days early. Of course, there are other bonuses to the Gold Edition and Ultimate Edition, and you can browse those by visiting the Watch Dogs: Legion official website.
Watch Dogs: Legion is still a long way off for those looking forward to it, but there’s a wealth of games on the way this year. Browse through our video game release dates 2019 guide to get a complete picture of what will be available to play in the second half of 2019. You can also follow along with all our coverage by visiting the E3 2019 tag. Any content we produce over the course of E3 will live there, giving you all you could ask for from gaming’s biggest show.