Ubisoft prides itself on the design of its open world games. From Assassin’s Creed to Far Cry, the incredibly detailed world of the titles is what makes them so interesting. Recently, Ubisoft has released the latest installment in the Watch Dogs series, Watch Dogs: Legion. Like the previous installment, this installment is nothing more than an already hit hit. Equipped with advanced graphics and a detailed open world, the WD series has always been very fan-friendly.
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Set in London, the open world in Legion has quite a few Easter eggs on the map. Some of these Easter eggs have cultural implications for London, while others relate to previous Ubisoft titles.
Now, the search for these Easter eggs opens no way. As a result, you might not be able to spend time actually searching for these things (they’re pretty hard to find). Hence, here is a list of some of the most interesting Easter eggs in the game.
Easter Egg in Watch Dogs: Legions
First, let’s start with a pop culture easter egg in the British game. While bringing Bagley back online after gaining access to DedSec headquarters, if you look to the left when faced with the Bagley UI, you’ll see a blue police phone box. That’s right, you might stumble upon TARDIS!
Next up is something every Assassin’s Creed fan will easily recognize. Once you have broken into the apartment of former Albion employee on ‘Gap in the Armor’ mission, you will have to jump into the river and escape. As you jump from the terrace into the river, you’ll hear the eagle’s faint scream. Honestly, it’s surprising to find a Leap of Faith reference in a modern urban title like Watch Dogs.
Also, the above isn’t the only Assassin’s Creed reference. If you look closely at the stock listings outside of any of the major Quanta banks, you will find the Abstergo name on it, which serves as a front for the modern Templar Order.
The Easter egg in the nest will go out with all the rock-and-roll fans out there. If you cross the street outside the exit of Brixton Metro Station and look at the left wall, you will see a graffiti British rock icon, David Bowie. Ziggy Stardust, anyone?
Special mention: Catacombs
The last, rather creepy, is in the Tower of London. Now the Tower of London is known for some horrible incidents. Many visitors have talked about the shiver they feel when visiting this historic site. As it turns out, the game recreated a small part of the experience.
During the quest ‘Inside Albion’ you will have to escape through the Catacombs. At one point you will find a statue of Queen Victoria that appears to follow you if you enter and exit through different doors. But you know what’s even more creepy? If you are next to the statue, you can hear the faint sound of a woman crying.
Guess we’re just attracting your attention, right? And these are just 5 of the countless Easter eggs in the game. Good luck finding them all!