Ubisoft Rolling Out Dedicated Servers for For Honor Tomorrow
Author: Sam Tree
| Posted: 5 March 2018, 17:10
Following a successful rollout of dedicated servers for the PC version of For Honour Ubisoft has confirmed that console versions of the medieval fighter will be getting the dedicated treatment tomorrow.
Plagued with lag and disconnection errors since the game launched back in February 2017, over a year later For Honor is finally getting a dedicated server infrastructure. Ubisoft rolled this feature out to PC players on the 19th of February 2018 and has confirmed that the online experience has been greatly improved. Including the below:
Resyncs and host migrations during games have been entirely eliminated
Match completion rates on PvP modes have improved overall
Major fixes have already been implemented on the PC side following the launch to improve the experience on servers. Console players will benefit from these improvements from day one
Maintenance on the network will begin tomorrow, March the 6th, at 2PM GMT and when the network comes back online console players will be using the more reliable dedicated systems to play online.
This new upgrade comes as part of For Honor’s fifth season: Age of Wolves, which focuses on the core player experience and also introduces major Hero fight updates, a special event lasting 3 weeks as well as new training modes; later on in the season.