Play­ers who have been wait­ing for online mode of Watch Dogs: Legion will, unfor­tu­nate­ly, have to wait a bit longer. Ubisoft revealed the game’s online mode has been indef­i­nite­ly delayed because of cer­tain GPUs caus­ing sev­er­al game-crash­ing bugs.

Ubisoft post­ed the delay on their Twit­ter, stat­ing “We’ve iden­ti­fied an issue in the PC ver­sion that can cause the game to crash for play­ers with cer­tain GPUs. The team is work­ing on fix­ing the issue as quick­ly as pos­si­ble, and in the mean­time, we’ve made the deci­sion to wait to launch the PC ver­sion until this is fixed. We will com­mu­ni­cate the launch date as soon as possible.”

They did­n’t spec­i­fy what GPU was caus­ing the prob­lems or a time­frame for when the fix would be applied. How­ev­er, the mul­ti­play­er has already been released for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, and PS5.

This is the sec­ond time the mul­ti­play­er has been delayed. It was orig­i­nal­ly set to launch in Decem­ber, but was post­poned so that Ubisoft could iron out issues in the game’s single-player.