Co-op missions, random events, and Spiderbot Arena available now on consoles and Stadia.
A new launch trailer is live for Watch Dogs: Legion’s online mode, which is now available. It’s reportedly free to play and you can team with up to three others players to complete missions. Check out the trailer below to see how the online mode looks.
Along with co-op missions, players can traverse the open world and complete random events. There’s also Spiderbot Arena, a free-for-all deathmatch involving Spiderbots. Though Tactical Ops are mentioned in the trailer, the first won’t be going live until March 23rd due to some issues. The PC version of Watch Dogs: Legion’s online mode has also been delayed to an unspecified date due to issues.
Online mode is currently live for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and Stadia. PlayStation players will have limited text-chat due to an issue but this should also be fixed on March 23rd so stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks. Update 3.2 is also live and provides some fixes for single-player – learn more about it here.