Watch Dogs: Legion 1.05 patch notes

Find out everything that's changed in the November 5 1.05 update to Watch Dogs: Legion with our full patch notes.

Watch Dogs: Legion players have been treated to another update thanks to the 1.05 patch which arrived on November 5. This patch included a bunch of bug fixes which should make for a smoother experience on all platforms. In addition, there’s a dedicated PC patch on the way, which should address some of the more specific issues there. We’ve got the full Watch Dogs: Legion 1.05 patch notes below, so you can read up on everything that’s changed.

Watch Dogs: Legion 1.05 patch notes

Watch Dogs Legion 1.05 patch notes november 5
 
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Global

  • Optimized HDR support to reduce flickering experienced in specific conditions.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the incorrect cinematic to play after choosing one of the options in the “More Human Than Human” mission.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause cinematics to miss characters and sound when starting the cinematic with a ranged weapon equipped.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause personal drones to not have the proper UI indicator showing their location when being called.
  • Fixed an issue that caused audio files to not automatically play when being picked up.
  • Fixed an issue causing enemy Rusher archetypes to constantly shout. A bit too chatty, innit?
  • Fixed an issue that could cause an infinite loading screen when swapping operatives near the Buckingham Palace.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the hacking puzzle to become stuck after using the Viral Hacking ability during the “The Face of the Enemy” mission.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the operative to hold a gun during the “In Full Blume” mission cinematic when interacting with the objective marker while having certain weapons drawn.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause an operative to get stuck in a looping animation after equipping the LTL APGL weapon.
  • Fixed an issue causing the hologram of the Leopard Mask to appear behind the operative instead of the glass of the mask.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the credits to roll before the loading screen had finished. Roll credits!

PS4

  • Fixed crash that could occur when starting a new game.
  • Fixed certain graphical glitches occurring when frequently switching between the loadout menu of operatives in the team app.
  • Corrected the photo sharing hashtag to now be #WatchDogsLegion. Show us your pictures, DedSec!

Xbox One

  • Fixed an issue that could cause player characters and NPCs to become pixelated in the “Battersea” area.
  • Fixed an issue that could prevent players from receiving the “Oral History” achievement
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the game to crash when deleting a selected photo from the gallery app.

Stadia

  • Fixed graphical corruption that occurred during the “The Harvest” mission cinematic.
  • Clarified the exit prompt when closing the game on Stadia.

Ubisoft Connect

  • Fixed an issue that caused the “Historian”, “Discoverer” and “Collector” challenges to not unlock.
  • Fixed an issue where Ubisoft Connect challenges did not complete for Stadia players.

Cosmetics

  • Fixed an issue that caused placeholder art to show in the HUD after purchasing cosmetic items from the in-game store.
  • Fixed an issue causing the shoulder piece of the Space DJ outfit to stick out.
  • Fixed a clipping issue on the female version of Marcus’ Jacket.
  • Fixed missing shoulder pads and breast pocket on the Spy Pack Jacket.
  • Fixed hologram issues for the King of the Jungle and Viper masks.

General

  • The GPS marker will now continue to show until players enter the mission location when using auto-drive to travel to the mission area.

Those are the full update 1.05 patch notes for Watch Dogs: Legion. For more news and guides about the game, click here to visit our game hub page.

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