'For Honor' Update: Ubisoft To Release A 'Leaver' Penalty System

Like any other games, Ubisoft's fighting-style game For Honor is also plagued with rage-quitters. Obviously, this does not make the entire experience satisfactory; hence, players have been complaining since day one. Fortunately, the studio is set to introduce a feature that will exactly battle this problem.

According to ComicBook, the studio is set to release a new For Honor feature that will counter all the rage-quitters of the game. The feature is basically a penalty system that, as the name suggests, applies just penalties to violators. Of course, this is something that should make all the players excited.

It is worth noting that "leavers" have been a constant problem in the game since its launch. Why? That is because ever since, Ubisoft has not really introduced a feature that will battle it. Not because it is unable to do so, but simply because of the current structure of the game, as well as its core system, are not entirely built to acquire such.

For instance, the peer-to-peer system of For Honor alone has its own issues in terms of connectivity and stability. There are players complaining about being logged out, without even having an issue with their internet connection. Add to this is the void that the video game company has to fill in terms of determining which players are "leavers" and which are not.

Fortunately, as promised, the studio plans to release a system that will completely do the work in For Honor. It is expected to arrive in the next update, as reported by BleedingCool. In addition, the developers also plan to give the overall structure of the game a boost. This will basically help them determine the "leavers" from the honest players.

In fact, these changes that Ubisoft plans to introduce are highly detailed during its Warrior's Den Weekly livestream. So, as soon as this patch arrives, these ongoing issue of players leaving early in matches will soon be relinquished.

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