It was confirmed that Watch Dogs: Legion will be playable offline, although the feature will be implemented later, through the release of a patch.
Although there are just under two weeks before the release of Watch Dogs: Legion, scheduled for this October 29, interesting news continues to leak on the next title made by Ubisoft Toronto.
In a recent AMA on Reddit, producer Lathieeshe Thillainathan answered questions about the game. An answer that has certainly “raised” several users is the confirmation that Watch Dogs: Legion does not require any internet connection to play and will be playable offline.
This means that we will be able to play the new chapter of the famous franchise of the Ubisoft giant even offline. Clearly, this “mode” will inhibit some of the features of the title.
But that’s not all, since Lathieeshe Thillainathan was asked on the well-known video game forum if the game supported cross-play for multiplayer. The answer is yes. Although the highly requested feature will not be available immediately, it will arrive within the first “year of life” of the game through the release of an appropriate patch.
Waiting to get your hands on the new project of Ubisoft Toronto, we remind you that Watch Dogs: Legion will be available starting this October 29, 2020 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia.
In addition, those who decide to purchase one of the current-gen versions of the game will have the opportunity to play it for free on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, thanks to the release of an update.