The developer is trying to repair present points and take a look at on-line multiplayer earlier than launch.
Ubisoft has introduced that the multiplayer replace for Watch Dogs: Legion, dubbed Watch Dogs Online, has been delayed to early 2021. The on-line mode was slated to arrive on December third. However, due to lingering points (like that nasty progression-wiping bug on Xbox Series X/S), the event group has determined to delay it.
“As a part of our dedication to fixing the sport’s points, we’ve determined to delay the Online mode of Watch Dogs: Legion to early 2021. This will permit us to concentrate on fixing points with single participant, and it’ll give us extra time to take a look at the net expertise to assist guarantee a clean launch of the mode.”
In the meantime, gamers throughout Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PC, Xbox One and Google Stadia can look ahead to replace 2.20 this week. This provides a handbook “Save Game” characteristic for PC gamers together with fixes for crashes on consoles. PS5 gamers have already got the replace so they need to be good in the intervening time.
It’s most likely for the most effective that Watch Dogs Online was delayed given the sheer quantity of content material it’ll deliver to the sport. Four participant on-line co-op is being added with its personal distinctive missions, dynamic occasions and Tactical Ops. PvP can be coming with Spider-Bot Arena permitting up to eight gamers to battle it out in Spider-Bots. Stay tuned for extra particulars on a brand new launch date within the coming months.