For Honor’s Season Six update is now live. It adds some new skins and weapons to collect as well as reworks to the Orochi and Peacekeeper classes. There’s also a new map, Beachhead, and more importantly, a new event called The Rite of Champions that runs until May 31.
For Honor’s season six update arrives May 17 and includes a new map called Beachhead and reworks to the Orochi and Peacekeeper classes. It also adds a “Visual Collection” feature to streamline gear customization. The game is free to play this weekend on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The most interesting moment from a new documentary about the making of For Honor comes just over 70 minutes in when the team at Ubisoft Montreal is celebrating the game getting certified on Xbox One and PS4. Speeches have been made and the champagne is flowing freely when the game’s then creative director Jason…
After a bit of maintenance earlier today, For Honor’s dedicated servers finally went live on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Let me tell you: they feel good—real good—and it only took a year for that to happen.
Teaming up with another bruised and bloodied player to take on For Honor’s General Tozen last night was one of the most satisfying things I’ve done in the game in a long time. It’s part of a new mode that publisher Ubisoft says is temporary but that players are already hoping will stick around for good.
For Honor’s fifth “season” will arrive on February 15, Ubisoft said today. The update rebalances some classes, overhauls others, and most importantly implements the game’s new dedicated servers for what Ubisoft says will be more stable online play.
Medieval fighting game For Honor is no-holds-barred gore and grime. So yesterday when the game replaced one of its racier emotes with a more tempered one, fans were a little peeved.
For Honor’s Season three patch seems to have patched out the exploit that fueled one player’s victory (with a $2,000 prize) in a recent official tournament.
This weekend at fighting game For Honor’s big Season Three tournament for PC, a big, long-standing exploit forged one player’s path to victory. After the match, the victor stated: “I didn’t think it’d be this easy. . . Before the tournament, I hadn’t played the game for two weeks.”
Medieval fighting game For Honor is finally adjusting its ambitious and controversial online system and adding dedicated servers. The move, announced today, follows months of player complaints that the online-only fighting game’s connectivity issues made it too frustrating to play.
Medieval fighting game For Honor is launching a weekly 1 vs. 1 tournament called the Hero Series with the Electronic Sports League. It begins July 8th and culminates in a live event in Burbank, California.
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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.