The online mode in Watch Dogs Legion has launched on some platforms, and, of course, there are some problems. One such issue is that players can’t seem to figure out how to retire operatives and/or remove recruits from their team. This is a significant problem, since building your team is kind of a major mechanic in the game. That being the case, we’ll show you what you need to do in our Watch Dogs Legion Online Retire Operatives – How to Remove Recruits guide.
How to Retire Operatives – Remove Recruits in Watch Dogs Legion Online
To retire operatives and remove recruits in Watch Dogs Legion Online, you basically have to follow the same steps as you would in the regular game. Reminder – to abandon recruitment, go into the Team tab in the menu, and highlight the recruit you want to leave behind. Select View, and then hit the “Abandon Recruitment” button. As for retiring operatives, highlight the operative you want to let go, then hit the Edit button. From there, just select “Retire Operative” and confirm your choice.
However, there’s a catch to it. Unlike the regular game, the Watch Dogs Legion Online mode has an extra requirement. More specifically, you need to have at least four operatives in your team before the Retire Operative option unlocks. That, I think, has been the main stumbling block for a lot of people. I’ve seen players complain about not being able to retire operatives and remove recruits in Watch Dogs Legion Online. It’s true that some of them might be encountering some type of bug, but, for the majority, I’d wager they just didn’t have the necessary four operatives.
That, I believe, is all there is to it. If we’ve missed something, by all means, let us know in the comments; just keep it civil. Of course, this isn’t the only problem you might run into while playing the Watch Dogs Legion Online mode. So, stay tuned; we have more guides coming.