Although Ubisoft is working on a technical issue.
Watch Dogs: Legion will not be able to use multiplayer mode as originally planned next week. Ubisoft has announced that it will postpone all online features to next year while focusing on addressing various technical issues in the game.
Ubisoft will initially release a post-release update on December 3rd to release Legion’s multiplayer mode (providing 2-4 players with collaborative free roaming and mission execution in addition to various PvP challenges). I intended to do that. Unfortunately, the arrival of the game has been plagued by bugs, some relatively minor and some quite serious, and Ubisoft now promises to focus on crushing them before moving on to other efforts. doing.
“Some people have had technical problems playing the game since the launch of Watch Dogs Legion. The development team is working on fixing these problems and will stop until everyone can experience the game. I don’t. As expected. “
This week’s 2.20 update for PlayStation, Xbox, Stadia, and PC arrives with a new round of bug fixes and stability improvements aimed at fixing everything from corruption storage issues to crashes on the PS5. To do. Ubisoft says it will continue to address various technical shortcomings of Legion. For example, we plan to improve PC stability and graphics optimization next month to provide consistent 60FPS for high-end GPUs, but decided to postpone Watch Dogs. Online mode in early 2021 while it does.
“This allows us to focus on fixing single-player issues and gives us more time to test our online experience to ensure a smooth launch of the mode.”
Elsewhere, Ubisoft has confirmed that it is also investigating issues that prevent many European owners of Watch Dogs: Legion (and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla) on PS4 from redeeming a free upgrade to the PS5 version. did. , Adaptive trigger support, and faster load times. So far, we have only been able to provide potential workarounds during our investigation.