Videogame publisher Ubisoft has announced that the multiplayer mode for its open-world action game Watch Dogs: Legion has been delayed indefinitely for PC. Ubisoft said in a statement that the PC version of the game has been held back due to an issue that caused a crash with certain GPUs. Although Watch Dogs: Legion was released in October last year, only the single player component was available upon its launch. The upcoming multiplayer release on March 9 for consoles will let players roam around the open world and undertake missions in co-op mode. Players can also take part in highly difficult five-part missions, much like raids in MMOs, called Tactical Operations. However, the Tactical Operations mode has also been delayed on consoles due to an issue, and will now launch on March 23.