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‘Watch Dogs: Legion’ update adds a new online mode

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Ubisoft just released the new update 3.22 for Watch Dogs: Legion. And it proves to be a major one, bringing a ton of improvements.

Watch Dogs: Legion has eventually added the online mode, for its players, with the new update on Friday. However, it’s only for the PC version.

Ubisoft launched the game in October last year.

‘Watch Dogs: Legion’ new update details

Speaking of the online mode, the latest patch adds various fresh missions in Watch Dogs: Legion. Players can go for them in the co-op format with each other.

Furthermore, some new PvP areas are introduced as well for challenging real-world opponents.

Talking about its size, then update 3.22 weighs around 14.4 GB (including the online mode, of course) for the PCs.

If you are curious to know everything about Watch Dogs: Legion‘s latest patch, keep scrolling below.

Firstly, here are the notes regarding the PC version:

  • Issue fixed that resulted in a very long loading screen after running the in-game benchmark.
  • An issue fixed that prevented several objects from not reflect clearly while ray tracing was on.
  • Issue fixed that caused a black screen and invisible UI elements during the game’s loading using DX12.
  • Another issue fixed that caused a drop in performance after gameplay hours, using AMD graphics card.
  • Problem fixed initially caused the game to crash while switching between app categories in the data app.
  • One more issue resolved that caused the title to crash while just free-roaming the Open World.

And these are the notes for the game’s global version:

  • Issue solved that caused the masks to disappear from players’ wardrobe after TU3.0.
  • Issue solved that caused the game to crash when performing operative swap in certain areas.
  • Another issue fixed that caused WDL to freeze while choosing a tab in the in-game store.

These are some of the major improvements in patch 3.22 for the Ubisoft release.

New video games coming soon

Meanwhile, there are multiple big titles set to arrive in the coming months later this year.

Because gamers never settle down with one option, right?

Just like 2020, this new year is also packed with potential heavyweights. Some of the most-anticipated among them are Resident Evil Village, Halo Infinite, a new Call of Duty entry, Horizon Forbidden West, and STALKER 2.

God of War: Ragnarok, Returnal, Monster Hunter Rise, Stray, GhostWire: Tokyo, and New World are highly-awaited as well.

Several recently announced projects to make their debuts soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.

What do you think about all the games mentioned above? Are you excited about them?

Will you try them out after they reach the stores offline or online?

Do share your thoughts on our social media handles.

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