“Watch Dogs: Legion” is a popular game released today, but it does seem a bit too much on Xbox One X. Several critics reported that the pre-release version of the game overheated their console, causing the console to shut down and preventing them from making further progress in the story.
This was the case when Eurogamer reviewed the game, and Ubisoft stated on the website that the patch is already scheduled to be released on October 30. That is tomorrow, so if you install the game on Xbox One X, I suggest you postpone the release for one day to potentially save yourself some trouble. It can also save some trouble for your system.
The problem occurred early in the event and forced the console to shut down to cool itself. Certain other games (such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Borderlands 3) have had problems shutting down Xbox One X, but by contrast, they are somewhat random.
For Keza MacDonald of The Guardian, her Xbox could not be opened within a few hours after the problem occurred. She said that she had talked with several other people who commented on the game, and they encountered similar problems on the platform because Ubisoft’s recommendation was Xbox OneX.
I have been playing “Watch Dogs Legion” for a few days, but like the other reviewers I talked to, I encountered a serious error that caused my game console to get stuck in the story for hours . I postpone the review until the patch is released-but I can only advise you not to buy it.
-Keza MacDonald (@kezamacdonald) October 28, 2020
As the patch arrives shortly after its release to the public, I hope you won’t encounter this issue when you get started. Watchdog: The Legion was originally scheduled to launch in March, but it was postponed. When the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5 consoles arrive next month, the player will get a free upgrade to the current version.
Alessandro Fillari of GameSpot loves Watch Dogs: Legion and rated the game 8/10 in our Watch Dogs: Legion review. He found that the structure of the game and the quality of the tasks were somewhat inconsistent, but he liked the information, cracked the gameplay and used a new recruitment system.
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