Watch Dogs: Legion reveals Stormzy collaboration, playable Aiden Pearce as post-launch DLC

Original Watch Dogs game included with Season Pass.

Watch Dogs: Legion

Publisher Ubisoft and developer Ubisoft Montreal have announced a collaboration with British musician Stormzy on Watch Dogs: Legion, as well as that Watch Dogs protagonist Aiden Pearce will be playable as part of the game’s post-launch plans and that the Season Pass will include a “Complete Edition” of the original game.

Here are the details, via Ubisoft:

Stormzy Collaboration

Players will get to play a unique mission to help inspiring British musician, Stormzy. In the mission Fall on My Enemies, Stormzy will task players to help him secure the broadcast for his ‘Heavy Is The Head’ album track, ‘Rainfall’ (feat. Tiana Major9) in Central London. Premiered today on Ubisoft Forward and set to release on October 1st, the official music video for Rainfall has been fully created using the Watch Dogs: Legion engine.

Aiden Pearce and Post-Launch

As part of the Watch Dogs: Legion post-launch content, Aiden Pearce will be back as a fully playable character, along with a dedicated story arc. The Season Pass of Watch Dogs: Legion is available for purchase as part of the Gold, Ultimate and Collector editions, and will offer one new story expansion delivered in two narrative arcs, extra DedSec missions, four unique heroes including Aiden Pearce, the Complete Edition of the original Watch Dogs game from 2014, and more. The full lineup of the Watch Dogs: Legion post-launch content will be detailed in the coming weeks. It will include some exciting free content and will bring playable characters, online content, new modes, missions and updates.

Watch Dogs: Legion is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC via the Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Store, and Uplay, and Stadia on October 29, and Xbox Series on November 10. It is also coming to PlayStation 5.

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Stormzy Collaboration

Aiden Pearce Teaser

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