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Watch Dogs Legion will soon receive a patch to be able to run at 60fps on next-gen

In the past few hours Ubisoft has announced the details of the patch 4.5 coming soon to Watch Dogs Legion, which will implement the much requested performance mode on the next generation consoles within the title. Until...
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Watch Dogs: Legion multiplayer has been postponed to 2021

Due to some bugs detected on various platforms, Ubisoft found itself forced to postpone the release of the online multiplayer of Watch Dogs: Legion to next year. Developers prefer to concentrate their forces on solving ...

Watch Dogs Legion, performance on Xbox Series S

How much Xbox Series S will be able to offer is a matter of great debate in these days that separate us from the new generation of home consoles. In these minutes the performances of ...
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Rumor - Watch Dogs: Legion source code may be leaked

A few days after the release of Watch Dogs: Legion, the latest chapter in Ubisoft's techno-political series, a leak from 4Chan could open the door to the diffusion of the game's source code. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dReKm3qnlEU According to the statements of ...

Watch Dogs: Legion, dynamic 4K to allow Ray Tracing on Xbox Series X

After the multiple controversies around the PlayStation 5 world that emerged yesterday, there seems to be some for Microsoft and its Xbox Series X. Watch Dogs: Legion does not seem to keep expectations ...
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Nvidia gives Watch Dogs Legion and a year of Geforce Now to those who buy ...

In the past few hours, following the spectacular reveal on the new Nvidia video cards that are part of the RTX 3000 series, the company has announced an interesting promotion for the first buyers of the new generation GPUs. Anyone who will buy ...
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Announced the date of the next Ubisoft Forward

It was in the air, but today 1 September 2020 official confirmation from Ubisoft arrived: the next Ubisoft Forward digital event is set for next Thursday 10 September 2020. https://youtu.be/Q6Wy3Kqkl2s Through this video, the ...
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Ubisoft Forward - Watch Dogs Legion release date announced

The Ubisoft Forward conference has just started, but it has already pulled out its first bombshell regarding Watch Dogs Legion. The title was presented with a new trailer and a release date: 29 ...

Watch Dogs: Legion, a leak reveals new playable characters

Watch Dogs: Legion seemed to have disappeared from circulation, at least until today. Here are new images depicting some of the playable characters. The images most likely come from the material that will be shown in a few days during ...
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CD Projekt Red is the "largest" software house in Europe: Ubisoft is also outdated

According to the latest financial data, CD Projekt Red has surpassed Ubisoft in terms of corporate value, becoming the largest software house in Europe.
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Ubisoft, the company aims to diversify its games

Ubisoft, the French giant currently known for the Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and Assassin's Creed sagas, is looking to diversify its games. Ubisoft is known for solidifying its development efforts ...
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Ubisoft has postponed Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters, and Rainbow 6 Quarantine

Apparently, today is a pretty bad day. After the announcement of the postponement of The Last of Us: Part 2, Ubisoft has announced delays for Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters and Rainbow 6 ...
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[gamescom 2019] Watch Dogs: Legion - Tried

Watch Dogs: Legion is set in London, in a dystopian future not too far from ours, where an authoritarian government has taken control of the nation and exercises its power with a handful of ...

Watch Dogs Legion returns to show off with a new gameplay trailer

Ubisoft has recently released a new gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated Watch Dogs Legion, announcing that the game as well as arriving on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, will also land on Google Stadia ...

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The Tales series has always lived in a weird JRPG limbo. The first title of this Bandai Namco saga ...

Deltarune: the second chapter is free, while the next three will be ...

The highly anticipated second chapter of Deltarune, a direct sequel to Undertale, one of the most loved indies of the last decade, is finally available. Well as well as ...

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