Watch Dogs: Legion has nearly reached its release time, and gamers everywhere are eager to know the exact moment that they can start playing – and, for those who haven’t already pre-ordered and preloaded, what the price of the game’s various versions will be.
The latest sandbox game from Ubisoft, Watch Dogs: Legion builds on the two previous games in the series, with a new focus on complex, John Wick-esque combat and the ability to recruit a diverse lineup of citizens to serve the hacking cause.
The game was initially marketed with the promise of early access, but Ubisoft rescinded this, leading many to wonder when they can actually start playing.
What time does Watch Dogs: Legion release?
This information comes courtesy of the Xbox Store – the PlayStation Store and Epic Games Store don’t list a specific release time, but it can be assumed that this is coordinated across platforms.
Bear in mind that Watch Dogs: Legion is an Epic Games Store exclusive on PC at the time of its launch, and it won’t be available on Steam until a later date.
What is the price of Watch Dogs: Legion?
At the time of its release, the Standard Edition of Watch Dogs: Legion is priced at $59.99 in the United States and between £49.99 and £59.99 in the United Kingdom.
Bear in mind that the UK’s price (and, to a lesser extent, the price in the US) depends on the retailer – the game costs £59.99 from the official Xbox and PlayStation Stores, £49.99 from the Epic Games Store or the Ubisoft Store, and retailers such as GAME are pricing the Standard Edition somewhere between these two extremes.
Other editions of Watch Dogs: Legion will cost significantly more at the time of its release, so it’s worth checking all versions of the game to ensure that you receive the perks you’d prefer.