Ubisoft planned to release a seamless multiplayer mode for Watch Dogs 2. Unfortunately, it’s not yet ready.
In a statement provided to us by Ubisoft, the developer says that they had to delay the launch of the game’s “seamless multiplayer” due to a major issue discovered during the pre-launch phase of the game. The studio is working around the clock to fix it and ensure that the game runs stably when it’s finally implemented.
“During the pre-launch phase of Watch Dogs 2, we were disappointed to discover an issue tied to the seamless multiplayer feature that caused the game to lag and crash periodically. In order to eliminate that issue at launch and for players to enjoy a smooth game play experience, we have decided to wait to launch the seamless multiplayer feature so it would not impact the core gameplay experience,” states Ubisoft.
“To be clear, players can fully enjoy the entire single-player experience without any concerns. Additionally, co-op is still fully functional by inviting friends through the game menu. However, the Bounty-Hunter mode and other activities that would occur with other outside players who enter your game will be unavailable until the issue is resolved. We truly appreciate the patience of our player community.”
We’ll let you know once it’s live.
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