E3 2019 is expected to have several exciting announcements for gamers. Ubisoft is one of the many game publishers that will be at E3, and one of its big announcements appears to have already leaked. Amazon UK posted a product page for an unannounced game called Watch Dogs Legion, which would be the third game in the popular series.
The game is set in London and in a post-Brexit world. The alleged description of the game read, "Watch Dogs Legion is set in a near-future, dystopian version of London. It's a post-Brexit world in which society, politics, and technology have changed and altered London's fortunes."
This leak isn't the first time that London has been tipped as the setting for the game; rumors have suggested this exact location of the game for months. However, the description of the game got a bit odd with some phrasing and misspellings that made it questionable. One phrase that seems a bit suspect is, "London makes total sense for WD." However, given that this is probably a placeholder that was put up in haste, it's likely not the final wording that will appear once the game is officially announced.
One exciting feature of the game, according to the description, is that gamers can play as any NPC. That is sure to add an exciting new dynamic to the game. The description says that every individual you meet in the open world has a full set of animations, voice-overs, character traits, visuals, and is guided by the gameplay system. The system that makes that possible is said to be the reason for delays in the game in the past. We expect to hear more about Watch Dogs Legion next week at E3.