Watch Dogs 2

Watch Dogs 2 is releasing the day after tomorrow, but we can see serious problems with the game already

A weird thing happened in the UK when Amazon Prime broke Watch Dogs 2‘s street date of November 15. Many players got their copies four days early, and quite a few streams are up already. When players attempting to join an online match, they are intermittently greeted with the following message from the game’s developer –

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“There’s currently an issue with the seamless multiplayer feature causing the game to lag and crash periodically. To eliminate that issue, seamless multiplayer is offline until we’re able to fix it.”

“You can play co-op by inviting friends through the game menu. The rest of the game should be working properly and we hope you enjoy your experience in the open world of Watch Dogs 2!”

Ubisoft has been reminding us how Watch Dogs 2 will provide a seamless multiplayer experience since quite a long time. The first installment of the hacking-based series, Watch Dogs was highly praised for it’s seamless multiplayer. But the current situation, is making things even worse.

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However, with less than three days to go until the game official launches on Tuesday, it seems developer Ubisoft Montreal still has quite a bit of work to do to ensure a smooth release. If you’re planning to play the game on your PC, make sure to take a look at the specified system requirements.

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Thanks Power UP Gaming.

A gaming aficionado and an avid Dota 2 player, Pingal is the owner of Spiel Times and the main coordinator of the News section. His area of speciality, although not restricted, primarily includes that of speedy news coverage.

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