Watch Dogs: Legion was released today and it’s the new hot game, but it seems to have been taken too literally on the Xbox One X. Many reviewers have reported that the pre-release version of the game overheated their console, turning it off and interfering. to move forward in history.
This was the case with Eurogamer during the review of the game and Ubisoft said on the website that a patch was already scheduled to launch on October 30. This is tomorrow, so if you have the Xbox One X game, we suggest you hold on for a day to save yourself any trouble. This can also save your system some problems.
The problem occurs in the early stages of the campaign and forces the console to shut down to cool down. Some other games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Borderlands 3 have had problems stopping the Xbox One X, but they̵
EGM’s Michael Gorov had a problem with overheating, but didn’t see it happen on a standard Xbox One. There he encountered some problems with the frame rate, but did not rule out.
In the case of Keza MacDonald of The Guardian, her Xbox will not turn on for several hours after the problem occurs. She said she has spoken to several other people who are reviewing the game and have encountered similar issues on the platform, as the Xbox One X is a recommendation from Ubisoft.
I’ve been playing from Watch Dogs Legion for a few days, but like several other reviewers I’ve talked to, I’ve encountered a critical error that has surrounded my console for hours in the content of the story. I’m delaying the review until it’s patched – but I can only suggest you don’t buy it yet.
– Keza McDonald (@kezamacdonald) October 28, 2020
With the current fix, which arrives soon after the game launches for the general public, we hope that you will not encounter this problem until you pick up the game. Watch Dogs: Legion was originally scheduled to launch in March before being released. When the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5 arrive next month, players will receive free upgrades from current versions of the generation.
GameSpot’s Alessandro Fillari enjoyed Watch Dogs: Legion, awarding the game 8/10 in our Watch Dogs: Legion review. He found that the structure and missions of the game are a bit incompatible in quality, but he enjoys the message, the hacker gameplay and the new recruitment system.
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