In the next year, a lot of content for Watch Dogs: Legion will appear. Among other things, the multiplayer is still planned for the beginning of 2021, even if a specific date has not yet been announced.
In a state of the game update, the responsible developers at Ubisoft Toronto announced that they have big plans for the open-world action title Watch Dogs: Legion for the coming year. Accordingly, a title update would be released in early 2021 to bring multiplayer into the game.
Furthermore, they want to continue to fix bugs and make improvements to the game with future updates, with most of the upcoming title update focusing on new content. They wanted to focus on fixing some remaining player issues before reallocating resources. Now the time has come to reallocate the resources.
With the Watch Dogs: Legion online multiplayer, the developers want to give players the opportunity to stroll through London in groups of four and complete missions together.
In addition, the first tactical operation and a new PvP mode called Spiderbot Arena with the multiplayer are to be added. The developers are also considering other game modes and surprises that they would like to introduce next year along with the story content of the Season Pass.
Watch Dogs: Legion has been available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC since the end of October. With the launch of the new consoles, the corresponding PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions will be released later, which had to offer some technical improvements