Watch Dogs: Legion Will Get Cross-Play And Cross-Gen Support, But Not Yet

Watch Dogs: Legion launched back in 2020 without an online multiplayer mode, and the mode finally launched last week for most platforms. The game is available with cross-buy support between console generations, but the game doesn’t support any sort of cross-play. However, that is going to change in a future update.

The game’s official Twitter account confirmed this when replying to a fan’s request, saying that the development team will be adding it in a later update. It didn’t give a date for when this update will happen and based on the delays we’ve seen for Legion’s online mode already–it was originally set to come out months ago–Ubisoft Toronto is likely working to make sure it runs smoothly before moving on to adding more features.

The previous Watch Dogs games have both included multiplayer modes, as well, and they didn’t try to deliver the exact same experience as the single-player portion but with more people. In the original game, for instance, you could use a separate phone app to attempt to stop a player running around on the ground. It was a novel idea given the phone-hacking interface the series is known for.

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