Watch Dogs Legion official artwork and logo

[Update]: Watch Dogs: Legion's multiplayer update has been delayed until 2021.

If you're a fan of messing around with open world games and causing as much chaos as humanly possible, you'll be happy to hear that Ubisoft's Watch Dogs Legion has now been unleashed onto PC and consoles. The key difference between Legion and the previous Watch Dogs games is that there is no main protagonist. You can play as anyone, be that a highly skilled acrobat that moonlights as a hacker, or even a sweet old lady that can barely jump, let alone fistfight her way through a horde of terrorists.

As for what exactly all of this nonsense might look like in actual gameplay, that you can find out through two of the recent trailers. Have a gander, starting with the launch trailer:

Sadly, outside of the "play as anyone" system, the rest of Watch Dogs Legion is pretty much what you would imagine from a Ubisoft open world game. In other words, expect to see a well executed game with an absurd amount of content to sink your teeth into, though without enough depth to keep things truly engaging for a long period of time. So if you're a fan of Ubisoft games, Watch Dogs Legion seems like another solid one to grab. On the other hand, if you're looking for something a little bit more 'out there', I doubt Watch Dogs Legion will offer you what you seek.

Whatever your thoughts on the matter may be, you can learn more about Watch Dogs Legion over at the official website. Have fun, and just in case you missed them, Ubisoft also detailed the PC system requirements a short while ago.