The Watch Dogs: Legion developer team announced that cross-platform support will be added to the game in a future update. No information has been released as to when the update will be released.
Watch Dogs: Legion, the latest game in the Watch Dogs franchise, was released in October last year. New news continues to come from the game, which was also released in multiplayer mode earlier this week.
Watch Dogs: Legion will get cross-platform support with an update coming in the coming period, according to a post from the developer team’s Twitter account. With Crossplay, players will be able to play the game with friends on different platforms.
It is still not known when multiplayer mode will be released for PC:
Ubisoft; Play Dogs: Legion Online recently released the update for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X I S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Stadia. While the released update made console and Stadia users happy, the lack of any improvement on the PC side upset those waiting.
Unfortunately, there is still no information on when multiplayer mode will be released on PC. At this point, if we make a prediction, Ubisoft may release the cross-platform update when multiplayer mode is also available for PC. Of course, we don’t yet know if this scenario will be real.
On the other hand, the developer team says the game will get Cross-Play and Cross-Gen support on all platforms. The first means that console and PC players can play with each other on the same servers, and the second means that PS4/Xbox One players can play with PS5/Xbox Series X I S players.