Watch Dogs: Legion is a very extensive game with many possibilities, which due to numerous technical problems could not yet be fully developed. Ubisoft is now actively taking this on, but has to postpone the launch of a popular mode.
Watch Dogs Legion: Numerous bugs need to be fixed
Ubisoft recently commented on Watch Dogs: Legion on the official website. The team behind the game is aware of the technical problems and has now committed to fixing them. They won't stop "until everyone can experience the game as intended".
You will receive the game by December 1, 2020 for 45.49 euros instead of 69.99 euros.
The starting shot was given Update 2.20 for PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Stadia, which added manual save buttons on PC and brought stability improvements for Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and PlayStation 4. We also fixed numerous small issues. You can read the full patch notes see here.
Ubisoft says more improvements will follow in the next month, including more to stability and graphics to help achieve the goal of, for example constant 60FPS to achieve with higher quality GPUs.
Online mode has to wait for now
In order to concentrate on the previous problems of the game, the developer has decided to use the Online mode from Watch Dogs: Legion for the time being to early 2021. This gives the team more time to test the online experience to ensure a smooth start into the mode.