‘For Honor’ Players Complaining About Uplay Server Issues; Great Rewards In Store On Game Completion
Latest reports suggest that the Uplay servers are down and players of "For Honor," "Ghost Recon Wildlands" beta and "Rainbow Six Siege" are facing a lot of issues as a result. Ubisoft has acknowledged the situation stating that it is working to resolve the problem as soon as possible and that the services are currently facing degradation.
Ubisoft's Live chat support is also facing high volume, resulting in extended queue times. While Ubisoft initially claimed the problem was only with "Ghost Recon Wildlands" PC server but that's not the case, reports Express.
According to Fox News, "For Honor" online presence is a key part of its appeal. It is undoubtedly one of the best titles so far in the medieval war-based games category. Players need to choose one of the three factions, Vikings, Knights or Samurai. Each faction has four playable characters with individual abilities, move combinations etc that can be used in combat. Players can customize their favorite character by unlocking new abilities and armor. Moreover, there is a big incentive for players for completing the game.
"For Honor" players may receive a massive reward with the ability to purchase equipment and new heroes. Strategy is mighty important in the game, as one wrong move, could be the end for the player. The game has a very tough learning curve though there are rewards aplenty.
Players must aim to reach a certain skill level to get the real feel of the game. The battles can get pretty dangerous and difficult as opponents find out the weakness and capitalize on them. The key is to adapt quickly to the various battle situations.
The online persona makes "For Honor" great. Players will have to be on their toes all the time to steer clear from ambushes and death traps. The game requires a lot of practice and new players may find it nearly impossible to fight the experienced players.