Users who have already tried Ubisoft’s new action adventure discover two easter eggs that point directly to the popular assassin saga.
Watch Dogs Legion, the new installment of Ubisoft’s popular adventure and open world action saga in which hacking is one of its central axes, presents direct connections with another of Ubisoft’s most famous sagas, which is Assassin’s Creed; This has been demonstrated through the first gameplays, bringing to light several Easter eggs or winks that point directly to the famous assassins saga.
Descendants and leaps of faith
Thus, one of the Easter eggs that is giving the most to speak in the last hours is none other than that of a controllable character, the agent Sandra Cassidy, whose description is “He has sought information about the descendants of Jacob Frye”, one of the protagonists of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, the latest installment of the “traditional” Assassin’s Creed that gave way to the current format of Assassin’s Creed Origins and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, in addition to the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, set in the Viking era.
Watch Dogs Legion will let you play as a descendant of Jacob Frye. Pretty neat connection between both franchises. pic.twitter.com/9jjTRH3m0A
– Simi / سيمي (@ANerdWonder) July 13, 2020
The easter egg is completed with the peculiarity that Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is set in the same city of London, although in the mid-nineteenth century, so it would make perfect sense that descendants of the brothers Jacob and Evie Frye from the Syndicate installment existed. in the modern Watch Dogs Legion Londer. A reality that would collide head-on with past statements from Ubisoft that denied connections between the two franchises, despite the fact that we already experienced something similar between Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
On the other hand, and already more in the field of winks, in a Watch Dogs Legion mission it is possible to make a leap of faith, one of the most representative techniques of the different Assassins throughout history, with the sound of an included eagle, and in which the protagonist is launched from a considerable height. The difference is that instead of falling into a car with straw, this time we fall into the water.