Ubisoft announced that it will postpone the release of Watch Dogs: LegionPlanned online multiplayer mode from the originally planned December launch to early 2021.
According to an announcement on the game’s official blog, the company said: “We have decided to postpone online mode as part of our efforts to fix game issues. Watch Dogs: Legion This will allow you to focus on fixing single player issues, test your online experience, and launch modes smoothly. “
Meanwhile, a title update (2.20) has been pushed to all formats to fix annoying issues such as long load times when exiting the main menu, loss of progress during an autonomous region uprising mission, and save game corruption. Here are some points that have been made. Patch notes for this update can be found on the Ubisoft forums.
Watch Dogs: LegionMultiplayer mode, upon arrival, takes place in a “dedicated sandbox” with an “advanced” version of the series’ previous invasion mechanics. There are no specific details about when to arrive outside that “early 2021” window, but I hope it’s not too late.
Watch Dogs: Legion Released for Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC. What you created in this game can be read here in Josh’s review.