Home • PC Game News • Watch Dogs Legion • 12 Alice O’Connor News Editor 29th October 2020 / 4:54PM As is customary for a modern Ubisoft open-world icon-clearer, Watch Dogs: Legion launches today with not only a £50 price tag and a £34 season pass but optional not-so-microtransactions too. Ubisoft are selling ‘WD Credits’ in bundles ranging from £4 to £42, which you can spend on in-game goodies like unique characters, skins, maps of collectibles, and wads of digicash. You don’t need any of these to complete Legion but welp, it’s still gross to see them juicing the game so much. Monetising full-price games like this isn’t new for Ubisoft (Assassin’s Creed Odyssey sold in-game cash and boosters, for one), but if they keep doing it I’ll keep grumbling. So! With Legion they’re selling ‘WD Credits’ to spend in an in-game microtransaction store. Depending on the size of the bundle you buy, prices for WD Credits range from £0.86 to £0.58 per 100 (classic bit of microtransaction psychology – as is selling them in quantities that don’t match the price of individual items). So you’re looking at about £11 for a themed bundle of skins: Or if you don’t… Read full this story
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