Watch Dogs: Legion Free-To-Play Weekend Now Available

From March 25-28 you can access the full game of Watch Dogs Legion for free.

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Ubisoft recently launched Watch Dogs: Legion's ambitious online mode, and this weekend you can try it along with the single-player campaign for free. The action game is be free to play from now through March 28. If you decide to buy, it's also discounted to just $20 across multiple platforms.

The sale price is already available, so you can grab it now if you're sure you want to jump in. Watch Dogs: Legion is available on PC via Ubisoft and Epic stores, Stadia, Xbox, and PlayStation. On both consoles you can upgrade to the new generation for free, so the price is the same across both versions.

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Now Playing: What To Know About Watch Dogs: Legion Online

Just two weeks ago Ubisoft launched the long-awaited 3.20 update, which added online play to the game. That feature had been teased since last year. In the new online mode you can create your own squad of operatives and use the full suite of special abilities to find multiple ways to deal with missions. There are also co-op world events and exclusive rewards to earn. More recently, the 3.25 update added the first tactical ops mission.

Watch Dogs Legion Deals

Ubisoft is still planning more updates for Watch Dogs: Legion, including eventual plans to introduce cross-play and cross-gen support. Neither of those are in the game yet, though, so if you're taking advantage of this free weekend make sure your buddies are playing on the same platform.

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