Watchdog: The online “legion” faces more problems. The release date is coming soon-“Watchdogs: Legion Online” will be launched on March 9th-Ubisoft announced that due to “certain GPU” issues, the latest “Watchdogs” game cooperative multiplayer online component will not be available Start on the PC. The same is true of the flagship mode Tactical Ops. The strategy has been postponed to March 23. In addition, in the PS4 and PS5 versions of “Watchdogs: Legion”, there is a problem with the text chat in the game. Fix for this. It will also drop along with tactical actions on March 23. All in all, this is not a good sign.

“We are very happy to see the recruits in London when the online mode of Watch Dogs: Legion is launched on March 9,” Ubisoft said on the game’s Twitter account on Saturday. “Before we release, we want you to know something that just caught our attention.”

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“We have discovered an issue in the PC version that may cause players with certain GPUs to crash. The team is working hard to resolve this issue as soon as possible. At the same time, we have decided to wait for the PC version to be launched until the issue is resolved. We The new release date will be notified as soon as possible.”

“We also found an issue that could cause the game to crash during tactical operations. Therefore, we have decided to launch it on Xbox, PlayStation and Stadia on March 23.”

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“PlayStation 4/5 will have a limited in-game text chat at the time of release. We are working on a fix for this. The fix will also be released on March 23.”

“We are committed to providing the best experience for all players and are working hard to solve the above problems. Thank you for your patience and understanding.”

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It is strange that Ubisoft stated that these issues “just caught our attention” because “Watch Dogs: Legion” has been testing for some time. It was initially scheduled to be released in early December, but then in November, Ubisoft chose to postpone it to early 2021 to prioritize the issue of single-player campaigns. In addition to internal testing, Ubisoft also conducted a technical test with reporters in January and conducted a technical test on the public in a closed environment in February.

In view of this, Ubisoft seems likely to be aware of these issues and hopes to resolve them before March 9th arrives. But this did not happen, which is why it was forced to delay again. Of course, that is just speculation.

These selective delays mean that “Watchdogs: Legion” will not be an ideal experience at launch, for those who can play. As I said, “Tactical Action” is the flagship product and denies that “Watch Dogs: Legion” provides the best service online for at least two weeks. And, if you want to be with your PC friends-Watchdog: “Legion” has cross-platform game support-there is no word on how long you might have to wait.

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“Watch Dogs: Legion” will launch on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Stadia and Amazon Luna on March 9.