What’s next for Watch Dogs? While we wait to hear if the London-based Legion will get a full game sequel, Ubisoft will keep fans busy with a Tokyo-based manga.
The near-future hacktivist saga has so far visited Chicago, San Francisco and a post-Brexit Britain. We hope this latest story is a little less somber.
The first part of Watch Dogs Tokyo launches tomorrow, April 12th, and once again upsets the series’ usual evil megacorp Bloom.
“It will be about a special new infrastructure system by a company called Bloom Japan that will be used by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to transform people’s lives. However, there is actually a great deal of darkness in this new system as well,” according to the manga news account Manga Mogura revealed (thanks, GamesRadar).
A new manga series based on Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs video game series titled Watch Dogs Tokyo, drawn by Kamo Syuhei (Gangsta: Cursed) and written by Shirato Seiichi, will launch on April 12, 2022 at the website of Kurage Bunch
Image © Shinchosha, Ubisoft, Kamo Syuhei, Shirato Seiichi pic.twitter.com/XSGhtKiths
— Manga Mogura RE (@MangaMoguraRE) April 7, 2022
Ubisoft has now called the time for Watch Dogs Legion and no further additions are expected. That was confirmed in January