Fastest ways to get Tech Points in Watch Dogs Legion - Dexerto
Gaming

Fastest ways to get Tech Points in Watch Dogs Legion

Published: 29/Oct/2020 12:33

by James Busby

Share


The high-tech world of Watch Dogs Legion features numerous gadgets, upgrades, weapons, and hacks that you can purchase. However, these game-changing features require a lot of Tech Points – and we’re going to run though how and where you can get them. 

Watch Dogs Legion’s permadeath feature certainly makes every firefight and stealthy engagement a high octane affair. Fortunately, the game’s futuristic gadgets make London’s most notorious villains a little more manageable. While we’ve already covered how you can earn money fast in Watch Dogs Legion, you’ll need a different currency altogether if you wish to buy and upgrade the game’s best equipment. 

From remote controlled spider bots that can infiltrate high-security buildings to deadly traps that provide shocking results, there’s a gadget for every occasion. Of course, buying all these gadgets and upgrades can cost a small fortune, especially in the early stages of the game where your Tech Point Funds are limited.

To help you get each gadget and deadly upgrade in Watch Dogs Legion, we’ve put together a handy guide that covers how and where you can get Tech Points. 

Do story missions and side quests

Watch Dogs Legion story missions
Ubisoft
Completing story missions and side quests will net you a decent amount of Tech Points.

You’ll acquire a lot of Tech Points by simply playing through Watch Dogs Legion’s main story and side missions. This is a great option for players that don’t have much time and only wish to play through the game’s main content. To speed things up even further, you can see the rewards obtained from each mission by hovering over the name. 

This allows you to prioritize any missions that give you a lot of Tech Points, effectively saving you a lot of time in the process. If that wasn’t enough, you’ll also be rewarded with ETO that you can use to spend on the game’s cosmetic items. It’s a simple way to earn both points and one that can have huge payouts. 

Liberate boroughs

Watch Dogs Legion Boroughs
Ubisoft
Liberating boroughs is one of the best ways to get Tech Points

Freeing each one of London’s boroughs in Watch Dogs Legion will reward you with a nice bundle of Tech Points. To do this, you’ll need to complete missions that are tailored around that specific borough. These range from collecting evidence, sabotaging enemy-controlled headquarters, neutralizing key threats, and disrupting propaganda. 

If you successfully complete all these borough missions, then the area will go from oppressed to defiant. This will instantly reward you with a bounty of Tech Points and even net you some decent Operatives in the process. To make matters even better, boroughs that have turned defiant will also reveal all Tech Points in the area. Simply check your map and get collecting. 

Use your drone

Watch Dogs Legion drone
Ubisoft
Sometimes you need a decent vantage point to pinpoint hidden Tech Points.

In addition to hacking completing missions and liberating boroughs, you can also get Tech Points by locating them on the map. While defiant boroughs will reveal these little packages on the map, you can still find them littered around the game’s overworld. They are usually nestled behind walls and hedges, but some can be found on rooftops. 

These lofty areas can be a little tricky to access, so it’s best to call in your drone and take to the skys. Once airborne, make sure you keep your eyes open for the little ETO packages and hop off your drone to collect them.

Each package will reward you with 10 Tech Points, which is enough to purchase that game’s Infiltrator Spiderbot or AR Cloak


Make sure you stay updated with all the latest Watch Dogs Legion news and guides right here, at Dexerto.

Apex Legends

Apex Legends dev confirms fix coming for frustrating Season 7 Clubs bug

Published: 26/Nov/2020 23:18

by Alan Bernal

Share


The Apex Legends community has been encountering a bizarre bug that’s randomly kicking people out of their Club, even if they were the one to create the group in the first place – and Respawn is on the case.

The hyped Season 7 feature finally let Apex players initiate randos into recurring squadmates by inviting them into the social hub for friends. This was integrated for the purposes of growing communities and making teams easier to fill.

But now, some Club creators are getting kicked out of their own group and even finding that the guilds they made are getting deactivated with little explanation to account for.

While Clubs can get instantly deleted if they’re found with inappropriate names or the like, players have been reporting no such infractions while still getting ousted from their org.

Got removed from my own club that i created? my friend who is admin was not even online in the past few hours. and cant find any club if i click find club. Other clubs got deleted aswell? from apexlegends

“My club was up since Season 7 dropped,” user ‘IIIOxygenRSC’ wrote. “No offensive name or tag, no offensive text chat, usernames or anything. Logged onto apex today with a notification that said my club had been deleted by club admins. Anyone else or any idea why?”

It’s been happening more to different people, prompting Respawn Entertainment to take a closer look at what could be causing the problematic trend.

Clubs Designer at Respawn, Chad Armstrong gave a little comfort to people who’ve been dealing with the glitch: “Thanks for letting me know. We’re looking into this now.”

Now that the developers are on the case, it could soon lead to a meaningful fix to why people are getting met with a random ‘Exited Club’ notification as soon as they log into the game.

“Several players are reporting that they were removed from their club by the admins, even if THEY were the admins,” The Dot’s Pedro Peres said. “This is probably a major bug with Apex and I know Respawn will push out a fix for it ASAP.”

Though his incident was quickly resolved, more players have been wondering if that would be the case with them as well.

The Apex devs could be working on a speedy fix for Clubs to make sure their new Season 7 feature is working without a hitch.