Ubisoft is planning to use cross-play and cross-generation play for the online part of its open world adventure Watch Dogs Legion in the future.
While the single player part of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs Legion was released on October 29, 2020, the online multiplayer of the open world adventure only started a few days ago.
Although the third part of the Watch Dogs series supports Cross-Buy, which means that owners of the last-gen version of the game can upgrade to the version for the new generation of consoles free of charge, it is not possible to play with players on other consoles . Now there is hope that this could change soon.
In response to a fan request, the game’s official Twitter account confirmed that the development team is planning to update the game with cross-generation play and cross-play in the future. However, an exact date or period for the update including the addition of the two options was not given.
While crossplay and cross-generation play are currently unavailable for the online mode of Watch Dogs: Legion, the development team is working on adding this feature to the game in a later update.
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