Watch Dogs: Legion will have a strong set of multiplayer gameplay, including special co-op missions, tactical interactions and more. It will also feature a PVP mode where players can compete against each other in groups of four to eight.
Watch Dogs: For players looking to try out multiplayer in Legion: they’ll have to wait a bit. Multiplayer will not be shipped with the game initially and will be available at a later date. The multiplayer update is expected to arrive on December 3, according to Ubisoft, and will be available to all players for free. Once the update arrives, it can be accessed by clicking on Online in the main menu.
Watchdogs at Ubisoft: Legion, and a lot of post-game content planned for multiplayer, will play a major role in this. While the co-op will allow players to roam freely in four groups in the vast open world of sports, there will also be special and technical option missions.
There’s also a unique Deathmatch mode to get into the game, called Spider-Boat Arena. This will be a PVP game-mode. Another interesting game-mode is Attack which will be added at a later date. In the attack, players will throw in another player’s game, disguised as NPCs, and try to steal data from other players without being caught. It has also been a part of previous titles in the franchise.
There seems to be a long roadmap for Watch Dogs: Legion at Ubisoft. With so much content to release in the future, Watchdog fans have a lot to look forward to in the days to come.