For Honor on PC is getting dedicated servers on February 19, consoles to follow soon after

By on February 9, 2018 at 9:00 am

When it launched one of the biggest issues players experienced with For Honor was with its online multiplayer. For a game where multiple players could join in on a match, the game’s default setup of having players host games simply could not suffice. Now, a year since then, the game is finally getting dedicated servers.

Originally announced in their developer roadmap last July, dedicated servers will be coming to the PC version of For Honor on February 19 — with consoles getting them some time afterwards.

These dedicated servers come just in time for the game’s fifth season of content, titled Age of Wolves, which launches on February 14: the game’s first anniversary. Alongside the dedicated servers, Age of Wolves brings with it improvements to five of the games heroes, as well as adjustments to progression and ranked play. This is on top of a three-week seasonal event, as well as new training modes set to launch sometime later in the season.


Source: Ubisoft

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