If you’re still playing Watch Dogs Legion, you’ll be pleased to know that Ubisoft finally revealed the game’s multiplayer mode launch date. According to Ubi, players will be able to team up with their friends across multiple gaming platforms starting March 9th.

The announcement states that there will be a few different Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer modes for players to enjoy. The main one is a free-roaming open world where you’ll be able to explore dystopian London with your friends. Additionally, there will be a few different types of co-op missions tailored for 2 to 4 player parties. Finally, there’s a new PvP mode called Spiderbot Arena – there you’ll have to compete against 3 other players in order to be the first to complete the game’s objectives or until you kill your opponents and remain the last one standing.

Here’s a special Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer gameplay overview video, if you’re interested and want to learn more:

It’s worth noting that Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer mode will land as a free update, so in case you were wondering if you’ll need any additional in-game purchase in order to participate in this shared-world experience, wonder no more.

Sounds interesting? Be sure to check out our prices for the title and be among the first to hop in Watch Dogs Legion multiplayer. The game is released for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Google Stadia.