Secrets and Easter eggs in Watch Dogs: Legion

 

Secrets and Easter eggs in Watch Dogs: Legion

Ubisoft's open-world game features some interesting Easter eggs for famous works. Some of them are funny references to the publisher's previous games, others are related to the rich culture of London. Let's figure out what interesting things can be found inWatch Dogs: Legion .


You can scour the streets of London all day looking for Easter eggs, so we thought we could help you. We've rounded up eleven of the best and weirdest secrets in Watch Dogs: Legion so you don't have to waste your time looking for them. It should be noted that the search for these Easter eggs is not associated with any achievements or trophies. Ubisoft just entertains the players. If you want to explore the world between missions, then we suggest you find these Easter eggs and secrets.


Tardis from the TV series "Doctor Who"

Tardis from the TV series "Doctor Who"


Once you gain access to the DedSec headquarters, you must bring Bagley back online. Before you do that, look to the left, you are faced with Bagley's interface. You will notice the familiar blue police booth disguised as a photo booth. This is the Tardis - the famous time machine from the TV series Doctor Who.


Leap of Faith from Assassin's Creed


Leap of Faith from Assassin's Creed

Leap of Faith from Assassin's Creed


You will definitely come across this place in one of the story missions. During the mission "Gap in the Armor" you have to break into the apartment of the former Albion employee. At the end of the mission, you must dive into the river. The only way to do this is by taking a Leap of Faith from the rooftop. This is a clear nod to the Assassin's Creed series. You will hear the cry of an eagle when you jump.


Faith's shoes from Mirror's edge

Faith's shoes from Mirror's edge


Head to the Tower of London, which is in the City area next to Tower Bridge. Kill all the guards and climb to the top. Use ladders, boxes, and climbable walls to get up without any problem. Head towards the nearest drone cargo pad and you will see a wooden pad with a red sneaker. The shoes are very similar to those worn by the main character. Mirror's edge Faith. If you go downstairs, then you will see a second sneaker and dried blood. Not everyone seems to be able to gracefully perform Leap of Faith.


Abstergo from Assassin's Creed and Nudle from Watch Dogs 2

Abstergo from Assassin's Creed and Nudle from Watch Dogs 2

Abstergo from Assassin's Creed and Nudle from Watch Dogs 2


Head to any major Quanta Bank and look at the digital listing bulletin boards outside. Discerning fans will notice the name Abstergo, which is a reference to the modern Knights Templar. Others will also notice the name Nudle, which is Google's equivalent of Watch Dogs 2.


Default from Watch Dogs

Default from Watch Dogs


Travel to London Bridge and enter the nearby Roberts and Scott building. Hack the drone on the table and fly to a higher level, peek behind the red curtain and download the electronic key. Do this to access the ctOS terminal behind the locked door. You will be taken to an underground DJ party. Look around to find a poster with the Defalt branded logo, which suggests the DLC antagonist Watch Dogs: Bad Blood is not dead.

Default from Watch Dogs screenshot

Default from Watch Dogs Map


Use cameras and computers to hack the DJ booth, she will give you a hint to get back here at 2am. Leave the building and go right. Find the third staircase on the left, between the two railings, that leads to the Thames. At 2 am, go down the stairs, sail left and go through the sewers. If you do this, you will be able to enter the DJ booth and grab a special Defalt mask.


Rabbits from Raving Rabbids


Rabbits from Raving Rabbids

Rabbits from Raving Rabbids Map


Another secret can be found next to the Tower of London. Look for a glass building with an orange hologram with the Albion logo. Use the cargo drone to climb as high as possible and then hack the nearest small drone. Fly to the top of the building and look for double doors that you can enter. You will see the TV on the floor, which is being watched by the Raving Rabbid.


Graffiti with David Bowie


Graffiti with David Bowie


We leave for the metro station "Brixton". We cross the road to find the "Union Jack" between two buildings. Cross the road and look at the wall to your left to see a touching graffiti depicting iconic singer and actor David Bowie.


Driver San Francisco app from Watch Dogs 2


Driver San Francisco app from Watch Dogs 2


While exploring London, you may come across automatic cars. Jump into one of the futuristic cars and you will notice the word "Driver" from behind. This is a reference to the Driver San Francisco app in Watch Dogs 2, which allowed you to complete side missions by picking up pedestrians and driving them to their destination.


Miniature Royal Guard of Great Britain


Miniature Royal Guard of Great Britain

Miniature Royal Guard of Great Britain Map


Head to St. Dunstan-in-the-East church, which is halfway between London Bridge and the Tower of London. Use your drone to fly to the top of the spire. Go inside to see small wooden figures of the Royal Guard of Great Britain. One of the figures is gold.


Secret Seals Tea Party

Secret Seals Tea Party

Secret Seals Tea Party Map


Cross London Bridge to Southwark. Enter the Three Hawkers Boys Pub, which is on your right as you exit London Bridge. Go upstairs and use the spider drone. Go under the fireplace to reveal a secret room full of toy cats drinking tea at the table. There are a lot of milk bags around.


Queen Victoria statue


Queen Victoria statue


The creepiest Easter egg in Watch Dogs: Legion. During the mission "Inside Albion" you must escape through the catacombs. You will stumble upon a statue of Queen Victoria, which can turn its head and look through different doorways to keep an eye on you. Stand by your side and you will hear the woman sobbing. Considering the real prisoners were held, tortured and executed in the catacombs, this is one of the scariest moments in the game.


Bonfire from Dark Souls


Bonfire from Dark Souls

Bonfire from Dark Souls Map


A large building can be found on the river bank. On the second floor, there is a bonfire with a red stick, strongly reminiscent of a savepoint in the Dark Souls series.

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