The maker of a game set in a post-Brexit London says he wants it to help players “value” people from different backgrounds.
In Watch Dogs: Legion, which takes place in the “not-too-distant future”, gamers will control a group of hackers trying to take down a regime which has taken control of the UK through an advanced surveillance system.
Players can recruit any of the thousands of playable characters in the game, all with unique different backgrounds and skill sets, to help them along the way.
Clint Hocking, the game’s creative director, spoke to Radio 1 Newsbeat at the E3 gaming conference in LA, saying it was important to feature a diverse range of personalities.
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