Ubisoft has announced that Watch Dogs: Legion will be getting its multiplayer modes next month. The Watch Dogs: Legion multiplayer release date is March 9, 2021. The multiplayer will be released as part of a free update on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
The Watch Dogs: Legion multiplayer will have two primary modes at launch: a free-roam open world map with co-op missions, and a free-for-all deathmatch mode called Spiderbot Arena. For more information, check out our hands-on impressions.
The co-op missions will allow two to four players to team up and take part in missions across the open-world of cyberpunk London. It will also feature Leader of the Pack, which is a four-player co-op tactical operation requiring teamwork and efficiency.
Watch Dogs: Legion’s multiplayer mode will have its own progression track, in the vein of a battle pass, that will level up regardless of your choice of activities in the game. Co-op missions and Spiderbot Arena will all give experience points to further push you along the leveling track.
Alongside the release of Watch Dogs: Legion’s multiplayer, the March 9 update will also give Season Pass owners two new single-player missions: Guardian Protocol and Not in Our Name.
Ubisoft has also stated that Watch Dogs: Legion owners will get free access to future updates, including an upcoming Invasion PvP mode, new co-op missions and free characters.
Season Pass owners will be getting extra DedSec missions, the Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline story expansion, new playable heroes like Mina, and crossover characters like Assassin’s Creed’s Darcy and Watch Dogs 2’s Wrench.
For more information on Watch Dogs: Legion, take a look at our Should You Buy and Review.