Watch Dogs Legion has been given a release date of October 29th which means that gamers around the globe will soon be able to explore the wet, miserable, and overcrowded London some of us British loathe. With its release date fast-approaching, gamers are becoming more interested in what features are included, and here you’ll discover an explanation for everything that has been shared about its online co-op and multiplayer.
Seeing as the Watch Dogs series has gathered a bad reputation for lacklustre protagonists, the ability to play as anyone in London may sound interesting. You can control anyone from a security guard to an old lady to someone who awfully resembles John Wick, so there promises to be a lot of variety and amusement.
However, the amusement and fun to be had won’t be restricted to single-player only as there will be online co-op and multiplayer for players to enjoy with mates.
Does Watch Dogs Legion have multiplayer?
Yes, there is multiplayer for Watch Dogs Legion.
Multiplayer has been a part of the Watch Dogs series before and Legion will be no exception.
Seeing as you can control and recruit anyone in London from a random grandma to some disgruntled employee at ASDA, the inclusion of online gameplay is a no-brainer.
The ability to play as anyone during a single-player campaign is admittedly worrying in regard to story, but it should make the multiplayer a lot of fun.
Watch Dogs Legion: Online co-op explained
The multiplayer for Watch Dogs Legion comes in the form of online co-op.
Ubisoft’s online co-op for Watch Dogs Legion reportedly allows up to four-players with dedicated content available.
The following description is provided by the Ubisoft website:
“Team up with your real-life mates in co-op mode to explore dedicated online content and missions and exciting side activities, such as bareknuckle boxing, freestyle football, couriering, and posting street art.”
Watch Dogs Legion launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 29th.