Watch Dogs Legion Speed up & Change In-Game Time

Change in-game time in Watch Dogs Legion is a mechanic meant to help you find potential recruits more easily. However, you can also abuse that system to move the Watch Dogs Legion in-game clock to suit your other needs, like if you need to be in a certain place at a certain time to complete a mission. The system is a little convoluted, but it can save you some time. In our Watch Dogs Legion Change In-Game Time guide, we’ll explain the process step by step.

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Watch Dogs Legion Change In-Game Time

How to Change In-Game Time in Watch Dogs Legion

To speed up in-game time in Watch Dogs Legion, the first step is to unlock the Deep Profiler skill. Then, approach any potential operative and save them as a recruit. Enter the team menu and hover over your new recruit-to-be in the bottom left and enter Deep Profile. Look through their schedule, and find the time slot that works the best for you. If you need a visual aid, check out the screenshots below. It’s easy, but you do absolutely need the Profiler skill.

Mark the time slot that best suits your needs (mind you, the hour that counts is the one at the END of the slot, not the beginning) by pressing Investigate. Find the location on the map, mark it, and make your way over there. When you arrive, the game will give you a button prompt to change the Watch Dogs Legion in-game time to the end of your chosen slot. Complete the button prompt, and boom, time changed. Go about your business as normal, and feel free to dismiss your unwanted recruit as you see fit.

And there you have it, that’s how you change the Watch Dogs Legion in-game time. If you need help with something else, we’ve written a number of other useful tasks for you to check out. To name just a few, we’ve got Photograph Evidence in the City of London, Ubisoft Connect Activation Code for Epic Games Store, and Video Game Designer Location – Meta-Gaming Trophy.

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