In recent times, there have been some rumblings to suggest that Ubisoft could be working on a new Watch Dogs game. Just the other day, an Amazon listing revealed that Ubisoft’s next Watch Dogs game could be called Watch Dogs Legion, and as it turns out, the rumors were right on the money.

This is according to the Watch Dogs Twitter account which has since been updated and changed its name to Watch Dogs Legion. Details are scarce, but the caption accompanying the tweet makes mention of NPCs. For those who are unfamiliar, one of the rumored features of the upcoming game is that players will be able to play in the role of the NPC, which is what the tweet seems to have confirmed.

The tweet also makes mention of E3 2019 which is when we expect that the game will be officially revealed. Previously, the listing spotted on Amazon revealed that the game would be set in London, UK, in a post-Brexit society. Those details will probably be confirmed at E3 which will be taking place next week, so if you’re a fan of the Watch Dogs franchise and would love to see what the third title could be bringing to the table, check back with us next week for more updates about the game and any announcements made at E3 2019.

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