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PS5 gamers can download a new game this weekend and play for free for a few days.
The latest in a steady stream of free downloads, Ubisoft offers another exciting deal for anyone interested in trying out one of the most recent releases.
And with no sequel in sight, maybe now is the time to try out Watch Dogs: Legion on PS5 and PS4.
Set in London during a coup attempt, Gamers must recruit an army to counter the growing authoritative threat.
Legion offers a comprehensive and detailed map of the English capital and was first launched by Ubisoft in 2020.
The famous publisher is known for offering its games as free trials, having just completed a similar event for Rainbow Six Siege.
This time around, Ubisoft has opted for a more solo experience, with Legion offering a number of different modes and activities.
The game franchise has never reached the same heights as Assasin’s Creed in terms of both fans and popularity, but it’s still a great opportunity to experience something new on PS5.
The free trial begins Friday, September 3, and will last all weekend, with Ubisoft telling fans this week:
“Watch Dogs: Legion is all about rebuilding the hacktivist collective DedSec and fighting the oppressive forces of corrupt privatized militaries, criminal gangs and cyberterrorism in an authoritarian, near-future London. DedSec fights for freedom, security and free video games… probably.
That’s why you can play Watch Dogs: Legion for free from September 3rd until September 5th on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC and Stadia.
“Preload is available today on all platforms, and if you enjoy your time with the game and want to keep playing after the free weekend (and carry over all your progress).
Ubisoft has also confirmed that Watch Dogs: Legion will be available for purchase on all free weekend platforms, including:
Ubisoft Store and Epic Games Store: 60% off the Standard, Deluxe, Gold and Ultimate Editions and 25% off the Season Pass.
Stadia Pro: 55% off the Deluxe Edition and 50% off the Gold Edition.
PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4: 67% off the Deluxe and Gold Editions.
Now might also be a good time to try out a new game if you’re a PS Plus subscriber waiting for the big September update.
As confirmed by Sony earlier this week, three more games will be released as part of the subscription service starting September 7.
All three games can be claimed until October 4 and include the following titles:
OVERCOOKED! ALL YOU CAN EAT ONLY FOR PS5
Overcooked!, Overcooked! 2 and all additional content are merged and remastered in this delightful definitive edition. Enjoy hundreds of levels of cooperative cooking chaos, both local and online, in increasingly dangerous and obscure kitchens. Players can enjoy campaign, survival and practice modes, and new in All You Can Eat – assist mode!
RABBIT HUNTING AREAS
Hunt or be hunted in this asymmetric multiplayer shooter that pits humans against Predator. As part of a four-person Fireteam, complete challenging missions before the Predator finds you. Or be the Predator and hunt your prey with deadly alien weapons – like the shoulder-mounted Plasma Caster, Combistick and more – to sneak up on your prey. Learn different classes and play styles no matter which side you choose.
Travel the world and track your targets in exotic sandbox locations, from sun-drenched streets to dark and dangerous rainforests. Nowhere is safe from the world’s most creative assassin, Agent 47. Prepare to experience the ultimate spy thriller story, your mission is to eliminate the elusive Shadow Client and unravel his militia, but when 47 reveals the true identity of his target and discovers the truth about his past, it changes everything.
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