To say the Ubisoft has been having issues keeping the interest of fans on For Honor is an understatement, especially with the back-and-forth issues they had with the servers early on and the constant attempts to spark new interest with events. Apparently, that’s not going to stop them from trying to do more with the game, as the company announced that they’ll be making a few more announcements about content happening at E3. The news came from a special livestream that happened on Thursday (which we have for you below) where they kept a tight lip over what they’re going to talk about but hyped it along with all the new Warrior’s Den material coming to the game.
There’s no real surprise here beyond the idea that it’s happening at E3. Ubisoft seems to have become committed over the past calendar year to give support to games that have been released within the past three years so to keep fans engaged and excited. It’s worked in some cases with Rainbow Siege Six, which recently put out another patch for the game, but For Honor has fallen behind after all the initial problems with the game at launch. Is it too late to salvage the game beyond the hardcore fans? We’ll see what the company has in mind in six weeks.
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