Ubisoft has spoken up about its enormous new game, Watch Dogs: Legion, and how it’ll fare against CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077.
Through its economic conference contact for investors and analysts. organization execs had been asked how confident they really feel with Cyberpunk 2077‘s release date, which has been revealed to be April 16 2020.
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Watch Dogs: Legion is due out just a month just before Cyberpunk, with a release date of March six 2020.
Having said that, even though these dates may possibly appear uncomfortably close for players, it is in fact one thing that Ubisoft is pleased about – since it indicates Watch Dogs: Legion will be launching in the Q4 window whereas Cyberpunk will not be.
Chief Economic Officer Frédérick Duguet stated [via Twinfinite] that it is “good news that Cyberpunk is not in the quarter,” but admitted the organization will stay cautious, as the CD Projekt Red title is anticipated to offer some stiff competitors.
In the very same meeting Ubisoft known as its E3 2019 unveiling of the new Watch Dogs game a “fantastic reveal,” believing it is a “good reflection of all the possible of the games and the potentially sturdy competitors.”
The game’s official description reads: “It’s time to take back London, and practically any one you see in this iconic city can be recruited to your resistance. The men and women are getting oppressed by corrupt opportunists and it is up to you to develop a resistance to give the city back to the men and women.
“With an complete population of possible recruits and the city’s technologies at your fingertips, you will need to have to hack, infiltrate, and fight your way to a liberated London. Welcome to the Resistance.”
As for Cyberpunk 2077, it is going to be a game on most people’s most-wanted lists for 2020.
Set in a dystopian future, Cyberpunk will function a enormous and sprawling globe inhabited by lawless people with a passion for physique modification.
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