Watch Dogs: Legion Demo
Players are now closer than they’ve ever been to the release of the highly awaited Watch Dogs: Legion and we still have no news regarding a demo version of the game. The game is only a few weeks from release but there still hasn’t been any word from Ubisoft regarding the official release of a public Watch Dogs: Legion demo. There was a Watch Dogs: Legion demo which was showcased at E3 2019, but it was never released for public. Some people that were already at E3 2019 got to enjoy this Watch Dogs: Legion demo, but it looking more and more likely that the rest of the world won’t be able to do so.
A public demo for Watch Dogs 1 wasn’t released, and a public demo for Watch Dogs 2 wasn’t introduced until after release. This Watch Dogs 2 demo was certainly impressive though, as it allowed players to enjoy 3 whole hours of multiplayer or single-player gameplay. While we may not get a Watch Dogs: Legion demo like this before the game’s release, we might get a trial version afterwards. Only time will tell whether or not this happens though.
A Watch Dogs: Legion beta showcasing the game’s multiplayer is unlikely as well. This is because we’re already so close to the game’s release and there hasn’t been any news regarding the release of a public beta. While a Watch Dogs: Legion beta for the game’s multiplayer might not release, it is possible that we’ll get another trial version like the one available for Watch Dogs: 2. This will allow players to try out both the single-player campaign and the multiplayer for a set amount of time. We’ll have to wait for Ubisoft to finally reveal more information about a potential Watch Dogs: Legion beta or demo.