Watch Dogs: Legion will be available to play for free to all players this weekend 3 weeks ago

Watch Dogs: Legion will be available to play for free to all players this weekend

If you've got a PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, or PC, you'll be able to play one of 2020's most-fun games for free all weekend.

Initially released in October 2020, Watch Dogs: Legion kind of got lost in the shuffle of the end-of-year releases, between Assassin's Creed: Valhalla and Cyberpunk 2077.

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But truth be told, WD:L turned out to be one of the most fun games of the year, set in a not-too-distant future London, which has been placed under a stranglehold of a private security firm, hired by the government, following a series of terrorist attacks. So it is up to you to recruit some members to your underground group in order to free the city from the tyrannical rule.

If you missed out on the game first time around, then you'll be very happy to hear that Ubisoft are making the game completely free to play from Thursday, 25 March to Sunday, 29 March on on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store on Windows PC.

Full details of the free trial, including exact timings, can be found here.

Also, once the weekend is over, if you enjoyed what you played, Ubisoft will launch a sale on the game, which will be marked down by as much as 50%.

The breakdown of the sale is as follows:

Xbox: from 23 March to 15 April - 50% off of the Standard and Ultimate editions.

PlayStation: from 24 March to 31 March - 50% off of the Standard and Ultimate editions and 25% off of the season pass

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Ubisoft Store on Windows PC: from 18 March to 9 April - 50% off of the Standard, Gold & Ultimate editions, and 25% off of the season pass

Epic Games Store on Windows PC: from 25 March to 8 April - 50% off of the Standard, Gold & Ultimate editions, and 25% off of the season pass

Stadia: from 25 March - 29 March, 50% off of the Standard, Gold & Ultimate editions and 25% off of the season pass

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