While decidedly Darker and Edgier than 2, returning to the tone the first game had, Legion's also a bit more Denser and Wackier thanks to the fact that every NPC in London is a possible playable character.
- The simple fact that the elderly can be recruited into DedSec, complete with fumbling and incredible politeness even when stunning Albion guards to sleep. Fans have inevitably joked about deciding to make their DedSec entirely comprised of the senior generation.Narrator: She's not old, she's experienced!
- Bagley, serving as the player's Voice with an Internet Connection, has a... "quirky" sense of humor, shown multiple times in the gameplay trailer:Bagley: (Upon seeing a Riot Drone) Best not to escalate if you don't-
(Ian shoots the drone)
Bagley: -or just ignore me!Ian: (After barely clearing a roadblock) When were you going to tell me about the bloody checkpoint?!
Bagley: Oh, there's a checkpoint.Bagley: (After Helen complains about the park's birds being replaced with machines) "Get used to it. In the long march of progress, everything dies eventually!"
Helen: Eventually even you, Bagley, I'm sure.
Bagley: Now there's my Helen! Speaking of death, you'll never guess what just happened to Ian?
Helen: Oh, for God's sake, Bagley, a little respect!
- Several operatives can have the ability to "die randomly". And we mean randomly. Often, these are attached to extremely absurd modifiers. Even the Gamescom trailer narrator expresses his confusion.
- During the E3 demo, when the gameplay switches to Helen, the music switches from subtle techno to very loud classical. It just adds to the comedic effect of a granny casually kicking the crap out of Cyber Punk cops.