Ubisoft Will Compensate For Honor Players For Last Week’s Service Outage
This past weekend Ubisoft suffered an outage which affected a lot of games including the newly released For Honor. However, Ubisoft has decided to compensate For Honor players this weekend by offering a three-day Champion status.
In For Honor the Champion status will let players acquire more salvage from dismantling Gear, earn more loot, will give XP boost and more.
- More Salvage from dismantling Gear
- More end-match Loot
- +25% XP Boost
- 3 Exclusive Champion Emblems
- An Exclusive Champion Icon next to your name
- +10% XP Boost for all players on your team
- Champion Statuses stack (i.e.: if you bought the Season Pass, you will get 3 extra days)
Also, during this weekend there will a Special Community Order through which the participants will be awarded double the amount of steel than usual. This will be for players across all platforms and will start from March 3.
Ubisoft has also implemented the EasyAntiCheat program for For Honor which detects and flag the players who are cheating, hacking or even those players who are being offensive to other players. This anti-cheat system can also ban players on their first offense.
According to Ubisoft, fewer than 400 players have already been banned for cheating and an additional 70 players have been banned offensive conduct.
For Honor is an action Hack and Slash fighting game developed by Ubisoft Montreal for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.