For Honor: Ubisoft Releases Brand New Elite Outfits
While it's true that For Honor is in a very serious crisis, Ubisoft still continues to introduce new stuff for the community to enjoy. This time around, a new set of Elite outfits for the game's various heroes has been unveiled. So far, here is everything about it.
According to PVPLive, the studio just brought new Elite outfits for its fighting-theme game called For Honor. It was announced during the recently concluded livestream, which took place last June 8. Apart from these outfits, a so-called free three-day Champion Status was also unveiled. These should be enough to stir the interest of the entire fandom.
It has been confirmed that the aforementioned outfits will be readily available to all versions of the game (i.e. PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC). In fact, these already came, with the above-mentioned status being pushed on June 9. Apparently, these were not the only new stuff the developers brought. That is because several gameplay changes and whatnot also arrived, giving the game an extra boost towards improvements.
The Knights in For Honor received the Peacock Elite outfits, while the Vikings are into the Stringformes Elite outfits. The Samurais, on the other hand, were given access to the Land, Air, and Sea Elite outfits. Fans of these heroes are definitely having an exciting thing to experience in-game.
TheSixthAxis reports that the brand new patch (1.08) has just arrived in the PlayStation 4 version of the fighting game. It brought the long-overdue Quit Penalty system, which Ubisoft developed to counter all rage quitting in the game. Apparently, it remains to be inactive and the studio promised to do so later on (no exact date when). Overall, the new patch brought a good number of bug changes and fixes to the game, while bringing the console version similar to the PC platform. The entire patch notes can be accessed here.
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