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5 best cars in Watch Dogs Legion and where to find them

Published: 29/Oct/2020 14:16

by Kieran Bicknell

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Watch Dogs Legion is set among the cobbled streets of London, England, and includes plenty of stylish vehicles. While most vehicles spawn randomly in traffic, some are trickier to find. Here are the five best cars in the game, and where they can be found.

Traveling around the streets of London in Watch Dogs Legion is an experience in itself. From dodging police to exploring the seedy side alleys, there’s always something going on.

However, there are times when you simply want to get from point A to point B, so why not do so in style? We’ve put together a guide of the five best cars in Watch Dogs Legion, along with hints of where they can be found.

This is of course subjective, as each player will have their own personal favorites when it comes to vehicles. While some cars may be the best ‘on paper’ they may not suit everyone’s play style.

5. Bogen Hailkal EV4 Sport

Watch Dogs Legion EV4 Sport
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The EV4 Sport is a high-performance sports car.

Looking like a cross between a BMW I8 and a Polestar 2, the Hailkal EV4 Sport is a stylish, high-performance vehicle. While its speed and agility might be useful during getaway driving, it is hardly the most subtle of vehicles on the streets of London.

Location: From what we know so far, the EV4 Sport spawns randomly throughout the game, and can be found both in traffic and parked on the street.

4. Nakahawa SX-825 Sport

Watch Dogs Legion SX-825
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A spritely little hot hatch, the SX-825 will prove useful for navigating the tight streets of London.

Perfect for threading through narrow streets and back alleys, the SX-825 Sport appears to bear a passing resemblance to an AMG A45 crossed with a Peugeot 208.

Interestingly, this spritely little ‘hot hatch’ is rear-wheel-drive, perfect for running donuts around the law enforcement and drifting around the regal streets of Westminster.

Location: Once again, this appears to be a fairly common car in Watch Dogs: Legion, and can be found driving around the city.

3. Oscuro Ultra 8

Watch Dogs Legion Oscuro Ultra 8
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The Oscuro Ultra 8 looks akin to a futuristic Batmobile.

If you want a McLaren in the future, this is what it will look like. The Oscuro Ultra 8 is a high-performance supercar, that looks like the sort of thing Batman himself would drive.

The loud roar of its powerful engine means this is not the ideal car for stealth, but for all-out speed, it may be just the ticket. The  Ultra 8 also benefits from a built-in autopilot system, ideal for no-fuss travel.

Location: We’ve seen it spawn randomly on the streets in the ‘City of London’ zone during the late evening, though whether this is location-specific is unclear.

2. De Vale EK7

Watch Dogs Legion De Vale EK7
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The De Vale EK7 blends style, performance, and handling.

A true British classic, the De Vale EK7 strongly resembles the Aston Martin DB11. Perfect for the style-conscious assassin, the EK7 is a balanced vehicle blending performance and handling.

Location: The EK7 can be found parked around the south side of the Palace, in the car park behind the building. We’ve only seen it spawn at night, so it may be time-specific.

1. Atterley Fairlight (Spy car)

Watch Dogs Legion Spy Car
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The Atterley Fairlight is only hail-able by Spies.

One of the slickest vehicles in the game, the Atterley Fairlight is clearly based on a Jaguar E-type. While its performance won’t compare with the likes of the Ultra 8, its sheer coolness might. It is a faster and stronger version of the standard Fairlight, with built-in missiles and a 10-second cloak.

This is a car that is specific to spies. To get this car, you either need to steal it from a spy (who can usually be found around the back of the palace) or recruit a spy to play as.

Location: Spies can spawn an Atterley Fairlight on demand, making them a very useful tool in your team.

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Black Ops Cold War leaderboard bug completely crashes the game

Published: 17/Nov/2020 16:01

by Jacob Hale

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A bug in the new Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is causing the game to crash if players attempt to look at their leaderboards.

For many players, leaderboards are incredibly important: they let you see how you rank against your friends and the wider Call of Duty playerbase, comparing stats and seeing where you excel or where you could improve.

So, if you have attempted to take a look at your own or a friend’s stats in Black Ops Cold War, you’ve likely encountered some bugs, including your game crashing completely.

Here’s what we know so far, and how you can see your stats without leaderboards.

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Black Ops Cold War has already racked up a huge playerbase, as expected — but there are some issues.

Leaderboards crashing Black Ops Cold War

In some cases, players are reporting that the leaderboards are simply showing nothing — no friends or global leaderboards, instead just an empty screen with no data.

Obviously, this is frustrating, but you could expect that before long, it will start to be a populated list that properly follows developments in players’ CoD careers as they play.

However, some players are reporting that the issue is far bigger than simply a leaderboard with no information, and it’s actually causing players’ games to crash when attempting to access them.

Black Ops Cold War leaderboards crash
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Leaderboards are causing games to crash.

How to view Black Ops Cold War leaderboards

Of course, there are some solutions for players to take advantage of while waiting for leaderboard issues to subside.

The first is the Call of Duty Companion App, in which you can sign in to your Activision account and track your and your friends’ performances.

Alternatively, you can use Tracker Network, which compiles all of your data across multiple games, including Black Ops Cold War. All you have to do is put in your username or Activision ID and it will return a bunch of stats, sometimes even more in-depth than even those you can get in-game.

So, while leaderboards are off-limits and potentially game-breaking, your best bet is to avoid them and take advantage of one of the available alternatives.