Ubisoft will release this year Watch Dogs: Legion Online. What you can expect with this component of the 2020 action-adventure is shown in a 15-minute gameplay video. The final date has also been set.
Watch Dogs: Legion was released last year. But the players are still waiting for the associated online mode. A delay ensured that the launch of this component will take place this year. In the meantime, the final date also followed. From March 6, 2021, you can plunge into the online battles.
What you can expect with Watch Dogs: Legion Online is shown in a new gameplay video released by VGC today. It is around 15 minutes long and lets you immerse yourself in online battles. You can take a look at the clip at the bottom of this article.
The online component includes an open world co-op mode for up to four players, new co-op missions for two to four players, tactical co-op missions for four players, a Spiderbot arena, and a free-for-all deathmatch mode for four to eight players.
With the online multiplayer, the developers want to give the players the opportunity to roam through London with several people and do missions together. In addition, the aim is to expand the online mode of Watch Dogs: Legion with additional game modes and surprises, which will be presented later this year.
Watch Dogs: Legion has been available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC since the end of October 2020. With the launch of the new consoles, the corresponding PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions followed, which have some technical upgrades to offer.
Below is the gameplay video including a clip published directly by Ubisoft.