If for some reason you’ve never played For Honor before, then prepare yourself because come May 3, 2018, Ubisoft will make it possible for gamers from around the world to play this game for free.
For Honor is coming closer to our homes with its anticipated releases date of February 14th. But before that, we get to try out the game one last time before. Today, Ubisoft has announced the For Honor Closed Beta will be available from January 26th-29th on all current-gen consoles and PC. Sign upfor your chance to participate in this journey.
Error 0002001503 - Matchmaking not ready - is one of the weirdest and most pervasive errors you can come across while playing For Honor. Here's what we know.
Interested in playing For Honor's relatively new Arcade Mode, but don't want to dedicate too much time before knowing what, exactly, the rewards are? This guide might interest you, if that's the case.
We've got the details on what Ubisoft plan on releasing during For Honor's third year of content updates.
Getting those pesky cooldowns after leaving a match? We've got the explanation.
Three stories broke about Ubisoft's release of For Honor back on launch week: all of them about balance issues and bug patches. Closing off the first week of release, another update has begun making rounds in an attempt to fix some of the issues still affecting the game.
All the talk of revised combat mechanics and more balanced gameplay coming to For Honor new have a real release date, it seems. The switch-up will land August 15 - the same day as the two newly revealed champions.
With so much hype behind it, For Honor was just another Ubisoft project that couldn't hold up to its promise. Server issues plagued the game from the start, and its twitch-heavy combat system was just too much for a predominately PvP experience.