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Like the single-player version, Legion Online runs on recruiting different characters to your Ded_Sec team. Every character has different possible perks, drawbacks, and special skills, so having a variety of different people on-hand allows you to handle any situation that might arise. During the preview, our team went out of its way to recruit soldiers from Albion, the private military corporation dominating London, for the added capability of blending in while infiltrating restricted areas. Having characters like doctors, police officers, and construction workers on the team helps out a lot too.
Rather than convincing the residents of London to join Ded_Sec by completing missions for them as in the single-player game, adding character in Legion Online requires spending Influence points on them. Those points come from advancing up the online progression system. You earn ranks on the pass by completing missions and earning experience points, so everything you do and accomplish while playing in the online mode contributes to your progress. Influence also doubles as your currency for unlocking different technical skills for your characters as well, like hacking certain kinds of drones or packing a spider-bot that can slip through ventilation ducts.
Like other live games, Legion Online also features daily and weekly challenges of all sorts that award extra progress and Influence, as well. Some ask you to do certain things in combat, like take down enemies with headshots, while others are of the goofier open-world variety, like the one we completed that had us depositing several double-decker buses into the Thames.