Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer coming in December

Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer will head to the game in early December as part of a free update, Ubisoft has today declared.

Available on 3 December, the update will allow for four-player co-op, also offering up new multiplayer-focused missions for groups of two to four players. Moreover, Tactical Ops missions will be opened up to teams of four, requiring “teamwork and efficiency”.

In addition to the co-op modes, an eight-player, free-for-all deathmatch using Spiderbots will also be added. We spoke to Watch Dogs Legion‘s Clint Hocking about Spiderbots earlier today.

Watch Dogs Legion heads to Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Stadia on 29 October, then on 10 November for Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, and finally whenever the PS5 is available. A new story trailer featuring Zero Day was also released today, below.

Watch Dogs Legion

29 October 2020 (PC PS4 Xbox One)

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