Darts is one of the mini-games you can indulge yourself in Watch Dogs: Legion. It can be played in multiple locations and playing it in every location will unlock the ‘Bullseye’ achievement/trophy. All the locations where you can play Darts in WDL are marked on your world map – you simply need to drive to the location to start playing. In this guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about how to play Darts in Watch Dogs: Legion.
Watch Dogs: Legion Darts
You’ll be able to play Darts inside the bar from where you access the Safehouse although there are other locations as well. Playing and winning at Darts is a good way of earning some easy ETO or just showoff. Playing the game is as simple as it can get.
Your objective is to reach a score of zero. Every player starts the game with a score of 301. One important thing to keep in mind is that the Winning Throw must bring the score to exactly zero. Aside from this, it also must land on a ‘Double’ or the ‘Bullseye’.
If you, somehow, manage to reach the score of one or below zero, you automatically ‘Bust’. What this means is that your remaining throws are forfeited and the round’s score is reset.
Tip: Playing while you’re drunk will make throws a lot less accurate but will also reward an additional +15 ETO.
To start a game, interact with the Darts board in the bar. If you just want to practice solo, you’ll earn +50 ETO for winning with an added +15 ETO bonus for being drunk. Against a rookie opponent, you’ll earn +75 ETO for winning.
How to Play Darts
After starting the game, you’ll be able to adjust your aim with the left analog-stick and throw it with RT. If you ever decide to change your mind during a game, you can always press B to quit the game.
Darts in Watch Dogs: Legion works a little differently from other popular titles. After starting the game, you’ll see a white circle zooming in on your screen. What you basically need to do is to adjust the circle in such a way that it should be on your targeted place once it’s the smallest. It can take a bit of practice and there’s definitely a learning curve involved, but once you get a hang of it, you’ll start hitting desired spots naturally.
Tip: I’ve tried the game with low sensitivity and it definitely helped me out a little.
A small scoreboard on the left side of the screen will show you the score that you need to hit zero alongside your remaining throws. Another thing you’ll need to pay attention to is the spot marked yellow/golden on the board. That marks the spot that you should try to hit.
That’s all we’ve got in our guide to playing Darts in Watch Dogs: Legion. For more help on the game, you can check out our detailed Watch Dogs: Legion wiki guides.