Ubisoft wants to "keep the spirit and themes of the original game while exploring our characters and the world to make them more authentic and believable."
The Specialization Revamp is still in the works with Massive announcing a release date when it's "absolutely satisfied with the quality."
Ubisoft Toronto is in charge of the project which is in the "very earliest stages of development" and offers "new generation visuals."
Learn more about the different ammo types, what skills are available on gear, customization, and much more in the upcoming shooter.
Watch Anton Castillo's actor give some very questionable gameplay advice and confirm whether Diego is Far Cry 3's Vaas or not.
Ubisoft's latest open world title in on track to release on October 7th for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC and Google Stadia.
Ubisoft Toronto is the lead but Ubisoft Montreal, Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Shanghai are some of the other studios also working on the title.
Watch Dogs: Legion players who own the Season Pass on next-gen can play the original game soon.
Third-party app integration, graphics options, and much more detailed.
DedSec's motive is revealed in snappy, colorful fashion.
The fight to take back London has become even more intricate - ehre's what you need to know.
Some pretty hefty hardware is required to enable all the bells and whistles.
The first game's protagonist will be fully playable and have his own story missions.
Check a look at how the open world game leverages Nvidia's RTX ray-tracing.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer also confirmed DirectX ray-tracing for the title on Series X.
New gameplay footage and missions showcased at Ubisoft Forward.
Following its delay into the next fiscal year, Ubisoft Toronto has issued a statement on development.
"We'd love players from every platform to be able to play together," says brand director Alexandre Remy.
The open world shooter has performed incredibly well for the publisher.
The semi-toys-to-life game is coming to your computer at the end of the month.