Ubisoft Hopes to Have Watch Dogs 2’s Seamless Multiplayer Fixed by the Weekend | Power Up Gaming
Watch Dogs 2's seamless multiplayer may be working again as soon as this weekend, publisher Ubisoft has this evening announced. The online element of the hacking theme action-adventure title has been plagued with frame rate issues and crashes since last week, with the studio disabling the game's seamless multiplayer altogether until it has had time to address the problem. In an email to Power Up Gaming, Ubisoft has this evening issued an update on Watch Dogs 2's multiplayer, stating that it is currently conducting "extensive internal testing of a solution" and that it hopes to "begin deploying the fix in a patch and turn on seamless multiplayer as soon as this weekend". Its full statement reads: "We have been prioritizing finding a solution to the online connection frame rate issue, so we can activate the seamless multiplayer feature in the game. We’re currently conducting extensive internal testing of a solution to ensure it causes no regression to the core single player experience,