Watch Dogs: Legion is one of the most prominent and promising games based on fascist regimes in the near-future British. It had created an ample amount of hype at the time when it was launched.
The developers of the game have recently announced that by the end of this week, they are going to provide the opportunity to play the base game out free of charge on the PlayStation platforms, PC (via the Epic Games Store, and the Ubisoft Store), and on Google Stadia.
This event will take place between September 3 to 5, which is on the weekends of this week.
Later, if you intend to continue your rigorous regime in the game post the free period of 3 days, you need to buy the game that will be on sale on those platforms.
Ubisoft is the company that had developed the Watch Dogs: Legion had dozens of other games on the board, and if you are the one who hasn’t tried their hands on any of those games, then Ubisoft had brought the free gaming event this weekend.
Furthermore, it’s now unclear whether all these games would be allowed on Xbox apart from PC, PlayStation, and Google Stadia.
Watch Dogs: Legion was is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia.