There’s a sizable new patch out now for Watch Dogs Legion gamers on PC, and the update includes some files that might be utilized in a closed test of the open-world game’s forthcoming multiplayer mode. While the remainder of us must maintain ready for multiplayer, we do get the advantage of a laundry listing of bug fixes and different enhancements in Legion.
Multiplayer was initially scheduled for rollout in Watch Dogs Legion December 3, however that date was pushed back to an indeterminate date in “early 2021” in late November. At the time, Ubisoft stated the delay would assist it resolve points within the hacking game’s single participant mode. In Title Update 3.zero the corporate has been true to its phrase – the patch notes are lengthy and resolve a host of points that embody crashes and obstacles to development.
For the PC model particularly, Ubisoft has applied a few high quality of life enhancements, together with fixes for unclickable choices buttons within the recreation menus. Additionally, there are some fixes for issues that AMD graphics card customers have been operating into, reminiscent of an incorrect default high quality preset being chosen in case you have been operating an AMD Series 6 card and visible artifacts showing throughout the recreation.
The full patch breakdown is available on the Ubisoft forums.
The patch is out there now, and it weighs in at just below 15 GB. Some of these files, Ubisoft says, “will be used for a closed technical test for the Watch Dogs: Legion Online Mode”, however the firm doesn’t present any further particulars – at the very least, not but.
“We know you are very keen on learning about the exact launch date for the Online Mode of Watch Dogs: Legion and we will have more information coming to you soon,” Ubisoft says.