Online Mode has finally come to Watch Dogs: Legion after being delayed several times.
The multiplayer gamemode was originally set to come out last December, but was delayed by Ubisoft with a new release date of early this year.
Afterwards, the mode was again delayed, this time to 9 March.
Online Mode for consoles was released on this date, but the release for PC was delayed for a final time until now.
The update, 3.22, is out now for PC and is 14.4 GB. Alongside the release of Online Mode, this update also includes several bug fixes including a few crashes.
Online Mode includes unique features such as the Spiderbot Arena, where four players have a deathmatch between their bots, as well as multiplayer-specific missions, more of which will be released throughout this year.
Alongside the launch of Online Modeh, two new singleplayer missions will become available for players with the Season Pass as well as the Bloodline story expansion soon.
Watch Dogs: Legion is available on Windows as well as both of the current console generations.
Watch Ubisoft's introduction to the mode below: