Is there multiplayer in Watch Dogs: Legion?
It won’t be long until we all eventually become cockneys thanks to Watch Automobiles: Legon. The following entry in Ubisoft’s third-person action-adventure series is out on Oct. 29, and the London-based game seems like it’ll be full of numerous fun ways to recover the roads from the villainous Albion.
Whilst it’s a laugh to take your foes single-handedly, things are always better with friends and the ride. That is why many fans wonder if Watch Dogs: Legion will have multiplayer or co-op performance when it launches later this year.
The solution is yes, Watch Dogs: Legion will encourage multiplayer — but there’s a catch. The official website shows that it is possible to team up with your friends to take down Albion, with two to four-player co-op supported.
But, you will not have the ability to play with multiplayer everywhere. Clicking on the Watch Dogs: Legion’Game Info’ section of this menu bar demonstrates that online co-op is going to be the only multiplayer mode supported in launching day. Meaning that up and up to 3 friends can not piling around to someone’s house and play with it. As such, you are going to require a internet connection to match.
Watch Dogs: Legion’s multiplayer performance has plenty to offer from the sounds of things, though. Content and new missions will likely be accessible should you squad up, so it looks as though it’ll be well worth forming your very own team that is DeadSec and eradicating Albion out of London.