Original Watch Dogs protagonist Aiden Pearce will be available throughout the main Watch Dogs: Legion campaign as a fully customizable character, with a single player story tailored to his personality. questions about the returning character, which will be added as post-launch DLC. Thillainathan clarified that “Aiden can replay the full game and will have dedicated DLC with Wrench. You don’t need to complete the DLC to play as Aiden in the single player story. ” Asked how Aiden would fit into the main campaign given that he’s a fixed character – unlike the protagonists recruited by Legion NPCs – Thillainathan explained that he will be treated like any other character, but that his personality and character will be inscribed in the cutscenes of the main campaign: “Aiden will be treated like another member of the team. We are writing the full story of the solo again with [Aiden’s] personality. When you replay the main missions again, Aiden will be incorporated into all of the original cutscenes. “Aiden will be added alongside three other playable characters – Watch Dogs 2 Key, Darcy, an Assassin, and Mina, a victim of transhuman experiences who has It’s unclear whether the other three will be playable in the main campaign,” but Thillainathan confirmed that they would all be playable in single player and online. He also answered a question about the customization, saying that the four characters can be changed according to the tastes of the players: “Once they are in your team you can customize them as you like. Can’t wait to see Aiden and Wrench’s version for everyone. “Watch Dogs: Legion will be released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 29, and will be a launch title for Xbox Series X and S on November 10. Arriving on PS5 digitally on November 12, and physically on November 24. The purchase Current Generation versions will allow a free upgrade to the Next Generation equivalent, a potentially staggering amount of Rabbit Burrows to collapse as you take a very hands-on approach to recruiting new comrades for the Uprising. Joe Skrebels is Esports Ray News Editor Follow him on Twitter Do you have any advice for us Want to discuss a possible story Please email email@example.com.