For Honor Servers Down To Make Way For New Updates?

Feb 21, 2017 07:35 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

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Currently, upon writing this article, For Honor servers are down without any maintenance plan. Since its launch For Honor's servers intermittently goes up and down becoming such a huge concern in the entire gaming community. Today, devs confirmed patch update details and it includes some of the most-requested tweaks for the game.

It has been such a shaky start for Ubisoft's new title, For Honor. Numerous fans have been pleading for Devs to focus on server related issues which cause such huge inconvenience in the game. Currently, there is a petition going on asking Ubisoft to fix or change the dedicated server for the P2P.

But, Ubisoft listens to some issues raised specifically in the actual game. Apparently, the upcoming update includes a host of tweaks, fixes, and improvements. But, there is no confirmed release date yet as of the moment. Here are the details of the upcoming patch as reported by PSU.com.

First, Bots with full health will now replace leaving players. This replacement will occur on Duel, Brawl, and Elimination Game modes. The Conqueror and Berserker's free Guardbreak will now be removed. For Peacekeeper, the second and third stabs from Guardbreak will not apply the bleed.

Meanwhile, for Valkyrie, Light Attacks and Hunter's Rush will now reduce recovery time. Also, Light Chains will aim to lessen the time between attacks. The Pouncing Thrust and AMP or Hunter's Strike will increase in damage. Shield Crush now adds a link to Light Attack chains. For all Heroes, the update will return from the previous behavior in the Beta for Groundbreak. Thus, players cannot counter a groundbreaking using groundbreak attempt.

So far, those are the details for the upcoming patch for Ubisoft's For Honor. What are your thoughts about the update? Share it in the comment section below, and stay tuned for more news and update.

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