Watch Dogs: Legion received a major update and first expansion
The action-adventure Watch Dogs: Legion has received several expansions so far, primarily through the multiplayer component. Promised expansions for Season Pass owners have been put on hold, and priority has been given to patching up bugs. Now it's time for those content updates.
The update to version 4.0, which weighs 19-37 gigabytes (depending on the platform), brings a whole host of add-ons. All game owners get two new operatives: a DJ and a First Responder. The option of arranging the hairstyle and appearance of the operatives is introduced. Now the characters have five new skills (automatic loot, health regeneration, less damage from explosions and falls, etc.).
Furthermore, they all get three new cooperative missions: Dysfunction, Meltdown, and Repossession, and five solo assignments. There are two more new gadgets for co-op gaming. At the end of May, two new PvP modes will arrive.
As for the owners of Season Pass, the first expansion has arrived - Swipe Right. This is a single-player mission in which DedSec uncovers a conspiracy to sell antiques. The new playful character is Mina Sidhu, a girl who has a very specific ability to control opponents and disable them with an attack called Mental Blast.
If there is no delay, the next expansion as part of the Season Pass arrives at the end of the sixth month and brings to the game the story of Aiden Pearce from the original Watch Dogs. Watch Dogs will then merge with Assassin’s Creed with the arrival of Darcy in the eighth month.