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Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline

Jul 6, 2021 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

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Watch Dogs: Legion: Behind the Scenes of Bloodline Expansion | Ubisoft [NA] thumbnail

Watch Dogs: Legion: Behind the Scenes of Bloodline Expansion | Ubisoft [NA]

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Watch Dogs: Legion: Bloodline DLC Announce Trailer | #UbiForward | Ubisoft [NA]

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Critic Reviews for Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline

Bloodline ties all three Watch Dogs games together in a satisfying and meaningful way

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Watch Dogs Legion: Bloodline tries to be a love letter to fans of the series by bringing back two iconic characters as the protagonists, but in doing so, it removes the one gameplay mechanic that made Watch Dogs: Legion so memorable. Without characters to study, befriend, and recruit, Bloodline is a more watered-down open-world experience than the base game it's tied to. Worse is the fact that it doesn't expand on the base game at all. With no new regions to explore, activities to engage in, or gear to unlock, it's a pretty barebones package overall.

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Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline is a shallow narrative expansion, with a good storyline undermined by a lazy structure and the choice of giving far less importance to London, which was the best element of the original game.

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Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline offers a solid chunk of explosive enjoyment, with an excellent story that returns to where it all began.

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Bloodline represents Ubisoft going back to its roots on the Watch Dogs franchise, and your mileage will vary. Either way, it doesn't feel like a Legion DLC.

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Watch Dogs Legion is a better game these days, and Bloodline manages to build a stronger narrative out of its various mechanics and gameplay systems. It's more of the same under the surface, but playable characters Aiden and Wrench bring new enjoyment to the core campaign and evolving online modes, while simultaneously padding out the series' overall lore with their own storyline.

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Bloodline expands on Watch Dogs Legion's London, with new missions, returning characters, and a slightly different setting to explore. While it doesn't add much in the way of new features, it's the perfect reason to come back to the Old Smoke and give it the middle finger once again.

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This one small change from anonymity to recognizability makes Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline a vital addition. It's the best story content in the series since Watch Dogs 2's main campaign, and it effectively redeems the story of the original game by acknowledging the cognitive dissonance of Aiden Pearce's rampage through Chicago. Anyone who jumped on with the second game likely won't get a lot out of these revelations, and it's still probably not a great idea to spend 40 hours with 2014's vision of a hacker just to play this DLC, but anyone who's been with Watch Dogs since the beginning will find a lot to like here.

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