Today on Highlight Reel we have perfectly positioned Rocket League goals, very old games, force chokes, brake checks and much more!
Four months after Ubisoft released multiplayer hack-and-slash game For Honor, players continue to report frustratingly slow matchmaking times upwards of a few minutes. But yesterday, Ubisoft told Kotaku that matchmaking takes 45 seconds on average. What have your experiences been? Tell us in the comments.
For Honor’s second season is on the way, starting with two new heroes arriving on May 23rd. The Centurion is a Knight faction hybrid fighter and the Shinobi is a try-hard ninja that you can rag on instead of my beloved Orochi. Who is still the best.
CosmicSwordsman is one of the highest-ranked For Honor player on Xbox. Playing the Orochi class, they have killed 5,384 players and died four times, according to their For Honor tracker network page. They have lost once.
Yesterday, Ubisoft released a big patch for For Honor, which players last week threatened to boycott unless Ubisoft acknowledged their complaints. And Ubisoft did: For Honor’s over-powered Peacekeeper was nerfed and Ubisoft added back in a popular map that they had removed. Ubisoft confirmed that some of…
Thousands of For Honor players are threatening to boycott the very flawed fighting game they nevertheless love. Today, Ubisoft addressed some of the most frequent complaints, but not everyone is satisfied just yet.
It was inevitable: For Honor players have determined which of its heroes is overpowered and must be banished. In a game so dependent on balance, For Honor’s Peacekeeper won’t jibe at an upcoming Major League Gaming tournament.
For Honor director Damien Kieken responded to player concerns over pricey new emotes during a livestream yesterday.
For Honor’s emotes give players a chance to be flashy during their duels, even if the new ones are a bit expensive. It turns out that emotes have a bit more use that simply taunting opponents.
For Honor’s all about deadly duels and flashy sword fights. Oh, and micro-transactions. With the release of new emotes, some fans are less than pleased with their high price.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Viking mimes, close shaves, gods worth dying for, and much more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have Overwatch expectations vs. reality, viking alley-oops, malfunctioning metal death birds and much more!
The first round of For Honor’s faction war ended yesterday with a surprising upset by the Vikings. Initially underestimated, the bearded brutes have suddenly become the game’s top faction.
For Honor is bloody and hectic. Each exchange of blows helps you learn how to fight an opponent. Underneath a mess of micro-transactions, For Honor hides the soul of a true fighting game. We take a critical look at it in this video.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Pharah from downtown, powerful sniper rifle shots, Cronenberg Hannah Montana, and more!
For Honor players claim they’re getting banned from the online fighting game because of a haywire, or over-sensitive, anti-cheat program.
For Honor’s handling of multiplayer is causing frustrations for some players as lag rears its head, ruining fights and disrupting matches in the online melee fighting game.
Today on a very froggy episode of Highlight Reel we have dogs, Kolibri massacres, boneitis, fuze clears and much more!
In For Honor, it’s hard to tell you’re fighting a lady until one of you is dead. Helmets and armor are so thick and so full that pausing mid-battle long enough to discern gender clues will probably get you stabbed. Padded leather, full plate, head gear, masks and mud-soaked boots, in the style of medieval warriors,…