I had a blast with Watch Dogs: Legion when it first released. I played Legion on Stadia, and found that the while the game was wildly entertaining, it also offered a stark warning about our culture's relationship with technology, stating that "Legion is a witty, bracing wake-up call."
I haven't played Legion very much since that review was posted, but I feel like the time is right to pick Legion back up, as the Bloodline expansion has released today. Bloodline is a standalone narrative expansion to Legion, where players take control of Aiden Pearce from Watch Dogs and Wrench from Watch Dogs 2, guiding them through a series of missions where they might be at odds.
According to Ubisoft, "Aiden’s mission is to infiltrate a high-tech laboratory from Broca Tech to steal a mysterious and valuable piece of technology, but his mission is compromised when Wrench escapes with the device. With his fixer contract now gone sideways, Aiden is caught in a deadly crossfire. With no real allies against a corporate giant, and with Wrench one step ahead of him, Aiden must team up with his estranged nephew Jackson, and rely on his grit and experience. With Wrench’s unpredictable behavior, things are bound to get chaotic."
Watch Dogs: Legion - Bloodline can be played via the Gold and Ultimate editions of Watch Dogs: Legion. You can also play through the $29.99 season pass, or pick it up for $14.99 standalone. And of course, you can always play on Stadia or Luna with an Ubisoft+ subscription, which always includes all of Ubi's DLC and add-ons.