Watch Dogs Legion Online Mask Locations

Masks in Watch Dogs Online are customization items that let you both hide your face and look cool while committing all kinds of fun crimes. However, people seem to have some trouble figuring out how to get masks in the new Watch Dogs Legion mode. This is because this system works differently in the online mode. So, in our Watch Dogs Legion Online Mask Locations guide, we’ll show you what you need to do.

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Watch Dogs Legion Online Mask Locations

Where to Find Mask Locations in Watch Dogs Legion Online

To find mask locations in Watch Dogs Legion Online, you actually have to go and find hot spots. Those are the glowing, yellow boxes that you can see on the map. All you have to do is mark them on the map and head over there. It’s really not a problem at all. They don’t look like yellow boxes in the game itself, though; they look more like tiny Xbox consoles from way back. Interact with them, and you’ll get a prize, which may or may not be a mask.

Yes, you read that right; the rewards you get from the hot spot boxes are apparently random. We exclusively got Influence Points from the three or so we’ve opened. In short, the rewards you can get from these are either Battle Pass rep points, Tech Points, or masks. As far as we know, those are the only Watch Dogs Legion Online Mask locations. I have a sneaking suspicion that Ubisoft will somehow monetize this in the future. I’m hoping that won’t be the case; we’ll have to wait and see.

If you’ve managed to find masks in Watch Dogs Online in some other way, please, do let us know in the comments. And, if you need help with anything else in the game, we’ve got several other guides for you to check out. For example, we’ve written Cloud Save Doesn’t Work, Unlock Spiderbot Arena, and Piece de Resistance – Paste Up Trophy Bug Solution.

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