Watch Dogs: Legion will be playable offline and will cross-play in the future

October is a month that started with great releases, such as Star Wars: Squadrons and Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s about time. But the best is yet to come, as it will end with the latest installment of Watch Dogs, Legions, which is called to be the definitive installment of the Ubisoft franchise. After all the news we have received from the game, It has been confirmed, to the delight of fans, that Watch Dogs: Legion will be playable offline and will cross-play in the future. Without a doubt, this game is the beginning of a great end of the year for Ubisoft that will come with Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla (November) and Immortal Fenix ​​Rising (December).

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Watch Dogs: Legions will mark an ambitious move for the series, allowing you to recruit anyone to your cause, all while promising a solid storyline and characters unique enough. The news about the game came to us through Reddit, where producer Lathieeshe Thillainathan answered questions about the game. One answer was just about the game not requiring an online connection to play, which means that you can play it offline if you want, even if some specific online features obviously cannot be used.

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When asked about cross-play for the game’s multiplayer, said that while it won’t be at launch, it will come in a patch that should come in the game’s Year 1 update. Watch Dogs Legion will be released on October 29.

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