For Honor: Ubisoft Rolls Out Significant Matchmaking Update
Ubisoft has just introduced a brand new feature in For Honor, which surprised the fans of the game. Though this has long been rumored to arrive in the fighting-themed title, it was only recently that the studio decided to activate it.
According to PVP Live, the new feature in For Honor is called Join a Progress. This allows new players to efficiently join any post-game matchmaking lobby prior to the start of the next match. The video game company specifically developed it in hopes to improve the game's overall gameplay experience, something that the community has been complaining about.
Thanks to a maintenance, Join a Progress is now live in the game. It is worth noting that the maintenance, in particular, was made by Ubisoft in a seamless process. Hence, most players did not notice the implementation of the said feature. Nevertheless, everything went well.
As reported, the feature will automatically fill up the remaining slots, most of which were due to For Honor players leaving. The studio believes that by filling up this void, the title's gameplay experience will be significantly improved. After all, this was among the reasons why the title has sunk to the bottom of the competition.
Basically, the feature is a product of community feedback, with For Honor developers making it a reality. It is also meant to supplement the penalty system that the studio recently introduced. These features, in one way or another, should be able to lessen the rage quitters in the game.
In related For Honor news, Amazon is currently selling Ubisoft's fighting-themed game for only $20.27, as reported by TrustedReviews. This bargain price, though, is only applicable to gamers who own Microsoft's Xbox One console. Although the reviews about the game have gone down, it is still a title worthy of buying with the said amount. Besides, it is already a total markdown compared to its original price before.
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