Watch Dogs: Legion Multiplayer Mode Has Been Delayed
Bad news revealed for Watch Dogs: Legion, the game for hacking fans, developed by Ubisoft Toronto. The multiplayer mode of the game has been postponed until the beginning of 2021. The worst news that upset the players is that there is no exact release date. Watch Dogs: Legion is being developed for PC, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Stadia. The popular game was released on October 29, 2020. The action adventure game with ray tracing support, continues the series as the third game in the Watch Dogs series.
After the game was postponed, a statement was released by Ubisoft. Dealing with optimization issues and various bugs, Ubisoft announced that they don’t want to focus on multi-player mode without solving problems in single player mode. The team, who does not want to face the same mistakes again, said that they will spend more time in the testing phase in the multiplayer mode this time around. Update 2.20 for Watch Dogs: Legion is currently on the agenda. This update focuses on graphics-induced FPS drops and also adds a save button to the game. The game is still not utilized properly on pc, the company is aware and are working on optimization as well.
Watch Dogs: Legion has a structure similar to the Black Mirror episodes. Another interesting part of the game is that you can recruit almost everyone on your team. So, a random person you see on the street may start hacking somewhere with you anytime. The game supports both DirectX 12 and DirectX 11. If your game crashes frequently, you can try swtiching the DirectX version.
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