After a successful launch of dedicated servers for the PC version of their online competitive title For Honor, Ubisoft has now confirmed that the dedicated servers for For Honor are now available and ready for fans to enjoy after applying the games latest title update.
Since the launch of dedicated servers for PC players, fans of the game saw key areas of improvement to their experience with the game including the removal of player synchronization issues, host migration has been completely eliminated, match completion rates have improved across the board and major fixes to the dedicated servers for better service and connections for those playing the game.
Starting today, console players will begin to benefit from these major changes, which will come as part of For Honor and its fifth season dubbed “Age of Wolves,” which has they key focus of improving the core player experience but also introduces new major heroes and fight mechanic updates. Along with the update, players have been able to enjoy the new seasons 3-week special event that features unique items players can obtain from taking part in the games PvE focused battles.
Since the launch of For Honor, Ubisoft has been hard at work improving the games all around experience, providing one much akin to their smash-hit online-focused shooter Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, which saw dedicated servers launch on August 9, 2017. As of today, For Honor will hopefully provide an experience much like Siege so that players can play online without much delay and they can hopefully see their experience improve all around starting now.
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