Ubisoft has released a brand new For Honor update version 2.05 today for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Here are the patch notes for this update. This update was released after scheduled maintenance was performed for servers. For Honor update version 2.05 is out now for the PS4 and should be available on other platforms as well. For Honor's third year of new content will open Jan. 31 with a new hero, a Knight by the name of Vortiger the Dark Hero, who was announced a week ago. Ubisoft Montreal has more to come over the four quarterly seasons this year, and runs down what to expect in this video published yesterday.
Ubisoft's third year of content for multiplayer melee fighter For Honor is now underway on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, bringing with it a new hero, a new map, and more. Those PS3 and PS Vita games are the last offerings for those platforms via PlayStation Plus. After March 8, PS3 and Vita games will no longer be offered as part of the PS Plus monthly games lineup. In the two years since Ubisoft's medieval brawler released it's basically become Mortal Kombat for ancient weapon nerds, especially the type who might find themselves watching someone on YouTube analyze who would win in a matchup between say, a European broadsword and a pair of Chinese dagger-axes. For Honor has depth for sure, but the thing that most keeps me coming back. Best and Cheapest For Honor Steel Credits For Sale
The plan for the Year of the Harbinger consists of four separate seasons spanning from the end of January to April, May to July, August to October, and November into 2020. The beginning of each season will see Ubisoft release an all-new hero, with season one called Vortiger giving players a new Knight hero. New Samurai, Viking, and Wu Lin heroes will land in seasons two, three, and four, respectively. Ubisoft has also promised seasonal events unique to each season, plus new customization options, new effects, and new story content concerning "rumors of a new cataclysm coming to the land." The ongoing support also includes the usual sort of patches and updates, including tweaks to balancing, which "will continue to be a top priority for the game." The developers hope to "improve the offense, the reaction time, the revenge systen, and continue to fix targeting and character balancing."
Not only does he know all about the weapons and heroes of For Honor, but he also has extensive hands-on experience reenacting battle scenarios in the same time period. Since its release in 2017, For Honor has kept up a constant stream of new content and updates, keeping the fans interested and playing. In 'honor' of the roadmap for Year 3 release, we're going to dive deep into the lore of For Honor and find out how much Ubisoft got right about the most violent time period in history.
Of course, the game's Year of the Harbinger roadmap hasn't changed since Ubisoft first outlined its For Honor 2019 support plans back in December. The plan is still the same, but the latest Deep Dive video does at least give players a sense of how the developers hope to keep the action feeling fresh. Discover our latest news and guides covering Ubisoft's medieval battler by heading over to Mmocs' For Honor home page.