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That’s according to the game’s live producer Lathieeshe Thillainathan, who shared the news during a Reddit AMA this weekend.
It’s not clear if the game will feature other performance modes, as has become common in many next-gen games. Codemasters’ Dirt 5, for example, allows users to pick between high-framerate or high-resolution modes, as well as an option for 120fps.
Ubisoft recently detailed Watch Dogs Legion’s post-launch roadmap, including the addition of multiplayer this year and new single-player content in 2021. The game’s online modes will arrive as part of a free update on December 3.
They will include free-roam open-world co-op for up to four players, new co-op missions for two to four players, four-player co-op Tactical Ops missions, and Spiderbot Arena, a free-for-all deathmatch mode for four to eight players.
Single-player content will be released in 2021, including new characters with fresh abilities, extra missions and a New Game Plus mode.
Players who buy the Watch Dogs: Legion Season Pass will also get access to a story expansion called Bloodline, which includes Aiden Pearce from the original Watch Dogs, Wrench from Watch Dogs 2, and two newly revealed characters: Assassin’s Creed heroine Darcy and transhuman Mina, who has the power of mind control.
Watch Dogs Legion will debut on October 29 for Xbox One, PS4, Stadia, and for PC via the Epic Games Store and Uplay. It will then be released for Xbox Series X/S on November 10, digitally for PS5 on November 12, and physically for PS5 on November 24.