After postponing the release of the first expansion for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Ubisoft today announced the postponement of update 4.0 for its Watch Dogs Legion game. However, the wait will be shorter for the players.
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It seems that Ubisoft admits its wrongs for the latest releases of its flagship licenses. After the discontent of players disappointed with the many bugs present in these latest games, the French publisher wants to make up for it with its fans and has decided to set up more transparent communication for future corrections made by the development teams.
Thus, Ubisoft today announced a postponement of update 4.0 which will bring in particular a new character: Mina Sidhu. The latter has genetically modified abilities and a scenario of its own. Of course, new NPCs will be recruitable and new cooperative missions available. Remember, the Season Pass is required to take advantage of these future additions. You won’t have to wait long, however, since this update will finally land on Tuesday, May 4, 2021.
In addition to the postponement of this patch, a new roadmap will soon be unveiled. It will bring to our knowledge the planning of future updates as well as the deployment and support of future additional content (free and paid) for the single-player and online modes.
Here is a message from the developers regarding Watch Dogs: Legion update 4.0 👇 pic.twitter.com/wlJbs3vstb
– Watch Dogs: Legion (@Watch_DogsFR) April 26, 2021
Watch Dogs Legion is still available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, and PC.