For Honor Gets Dedicated Servers On Console
Vikings, Knights, and Samurai. Alone all three are really cool and would easily make an awesome game, throw them all together and make them fight and you my friend have For Honor.
Ubisoft officially rolled out dedicated servers to gamers on console platforms yesterday and it’s safe to say the community is happy. We’ve been playing the game since it launched in February last year and have been frustrated that despite the strong formula, For Honor has been plagued with bugs, unbalanced characters, and broken maps, (and there are many more)! The main culprit behind most players frustration has been the peer-to-peer hosting, causing the host to gain an unfair advantage in its multiplayer mode. Not only that, the game would break and boot you back to the main menu adding another five to six minutes as it tried to find another game.
Well, if you’ve been playing on Xbox One your perseverance and faith in For Honor should be about to pay off.
Announced back in January, The Fifth Season of the game was announced under the name “Age Of Wolves” It promised a huge amount of improvements from complete character reworks, map reworks and of course a more balanced networking system (Dedicated servers). The only problem was that it was exclusive to the PC version of the game.
However, after successfully rolling it out to PC players on February 19 with no problems what so ever, it is now being released on Xbox One. Things are starting to look strong for this title.
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