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Watch Dogs: Legion Hacks the Microsoft Store to Save London

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London is in a bit of a jam. Corrupt private military, authoritarian government, and an underground crime syndicate are preying on the vulnerable… alright, maybe a bit more than a jam. The city is on the brink of collapse and Londoners need your help before the city goes to hell — are you ready to start the resistance? Great, because Watch Dogs: Legion arrives October 29 on Xbox One and November 10 on Xbox Series X|S.

To ensure you’re ready to take back London, here’s a special welcome package: from October 22 to November 5, Watch Dogs: Legion is hacking the Microsoft Store to unlock special discounts on popular Ubisoft games including Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Far Cry 5, and many more — all for you!

Your mission is simple: earn Microsoft Rewards points with three Watch Dogs: Legion punch cards through the Microsoft Rewards app on your Xbox console as you ready to take back London.

  1. Spend $30 in the Watch Dogs: Legion Hack Sale to get 3,000 Microsoft Rewards points. Not enough, you say? No worries. 
  2. Receive 6,000 Microsoft Rewards points when you buy any version of Watch Dogs: Legion to activate the Purchase punch card. Still not enough? No prob.
  3. Play Watch Dogs: Legion and earn any achievement to complete the Bonus punch card for an additional 250 Microsoft Rewards points (be sure to activate your punch card before November 5).

The fate of London lies with you, mate. And remember — anyone in the city can be recruited, so you never know who might end up as your secret weapon. Move quick because this hack takeover won’t last long.

Welcome to the Resistance!

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