Ubisoft has announced the postponement of Watch Dogs: Legion 4.0 update to May. Initially scheduled for the end of April, the substantial update will now be released on May 4th. In addition to new missions, assignments and a new character, the update will fix some bugs in the game found, so the developers have decided to take a little more time and move the release date.
Ubisoft has postponed Watch Dogs: Legion Update 4.0 to May 4th, initially scheduled for late April. When the update is released, it will introduce playable hero Mina Sidhu, a transhuman with mind control abilities and new missions, assignments, and characters, including a first responder and a DJ.
Additionally, the update will improve (but won’t completely fix) a bug that causes hostile drones and NPCs to spawn after players enter an online mode continually.
“While working on the different pieces of content, we encountered some issues that we need to address before deploying the update,” Ubisoft told Twitter.
“We want the quality of this update to be in the best shape it can be.” Ubisoft added that the delay would allow them to “continue our work on fixes for bugs that have been reported by our players via our Watch Dogs: Legion Bug Reporter.”
This isn’t the first time Ubisoft has postponed a game update. They recently announced that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s latest expansion, Wrath of the Druids, will be out on May 13 instead of April 27.