Finally, a game where the politics are front and center.
Watch Dogs: Legion has been the underdog of Ubisoft's holiday and next-gen lineup, falling behind powerhouses like Assassin's Creed Valhalla and new titles like Immortals Fenyx Rising. That isn't to say Watch Dogs is an unpopular franchise — previous entries have sold quite well — but it doesn't have the same clout as a new Assassin's Creed game or even the new Far Cry game due out next year.
However, Watch Dogs: Legion manages to stand out among the holiday clutter. It's both Ubisoft's most ambitious title and the one least like other studio mainstays, and that's all good news for players.
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