Ubisoft won't update Watch Dogs: Legion anymore, stability issues remain

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Watch Dogs: Legion is an open-world action game set in a futuristic London that focuses on hacking. You can recruit and play as anyone you want, but there are consequences associated with those decisions. Publisher Ubisoft wanted the game to be revolutionary, and while it succeeds in a number of ways, it falls flat on the story front. Currently, Watch Dogs: Legion stands at a 72 on Metacritic for PC, with some versions going as low as 66.

The game still has a number of performance, visual, and loading issues. The biggest problem on Xbox Series X seems to be how it gets stuck on the title screen and you can't even play the game until you disconnect the console from the internet. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like Ubisoft plans on fixing these problems because the update the game received months ago was its last one.

According to a report by Eurogamer, "Ubisoft said that the game's 5.6 patch ... released four months ago ... was actually its final update ... The game's fifth and final multiplayer season, which began at the weekend, will now be followed by repeats of seasons three, four, and five ... until servers are eventually switched off."

Hopefully, Ubisoft will reconsider this decision and issue patches to fix the problems on console. However, only time will tell.


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