Ubisoft has postponed the PC release of Watch Dogs: Legion in online mode.
The news of delays on PC was announced on the official Watch Dogs: Legion Twitter account.
The reason for the delay is that we have identified issues that can cause the game to crash on players using certain GPUs. The team is working on fixing the issue as soon as possible, while deciding to postpone online mode until the issue is fixed.
According to the notification, some online modes will also be delayed on the console, but most will be released on March 9th.
This is especially true for Tactical OPs, which also have crash issues. This mode will be released on March 23 instead.
The PlayStation system also limits in-game chat text at launch. A fix is in progress and will be released on March 23rd.
Message from the Watch Dogs Legion team about online mode: pic.twitter.com/VVeaZ7v7yb
— Watch Dogs: Legion (@watchdogsgame) March 5, 2021
Ubisoft announced the online mode of Watch Dogs: Legion, which was postponed to November 2020, in February and will be available in March, with free console and PC updates for all game owners for free. It will be available.
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