For Honor shall receive more content after this year’s E3

As you know, the most significant annual trade fair for video games industry, E3, is coming very soon. Alongside those news and knowing that Ubisoft is anticipating this year’s E3, there’s something new to discover regarding their medieval game, For Honor. Ubisoft will have a significant impact on this year’s E3, since not only For Honor, but there will be news about The Division 2 as well. This means that Ubisoft is a must follow participant throughout E3.

However, let’s get back to For Honor. In a recent live stream, Ubisoft’s community developers have discovered that there will be more content to come in For Honor. However, the somewhat teased announcement remains unknown, since it will be found during this E3 2018. Ubisoft tends to keep on working on their games even years after launch. For example, you can take a look at Rainbow Six Siege and The Division, which after rough start turned themselves into power games.

After a whole lot of shush-bush around this subject, we have discovered that Ubisoft plans are big on each news with their presenting titles at this year’s E3. Namely, For Honor among them all, will most likely bring more classes and content such as maps.

Throughout its path, For Honor had some ups and downs, back and forths, and as for now, the game’s health is on an entirely high level. It has received dedicated servers, new training mode, and multiple other tweaks which have received positive feedback from the community. If we try to dig up a conclusion from all of this, we can quickly agree that Ubisoft does not plan on giving up on their games and is looking forward to enhancing them even more.

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