For Honor will FINALLY punish rage quitters
For Honor developer Ubisoft is about to release an update that fixes the game's biggest problem.
Ubisoft's next For Honor patch will introduce a punishment system for people who quit during multiplayer matches.
The Quit Penalty system could be introduced as early as this week on PC, followed by PS4 and Xbox One at a later date.
According to a post on Reddit, the update will also introduce new colour blind options and fix an issue with rewards.
Fans can also expect a fix for the reflex guard bug that activates in the wrong direction.
Ubisoft will post full patch notes when the update launches.
For Honor Season 2 DLC Heroes and Map screenshot gallery Thu, May 11, 2017
FOR HONOR Season 2 is live on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Here's your first look at the new maps and DLC heroes.
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For Honor Season 2 Maps and DLC Heroes
For Honor's previous update added new maps, DLC heroes, epic level Gear, an expanded Faction War Mode and lots more.
This includes the Forge and Temple Garden maps, which are available to download for free.
The Forge is said to represent the "might of Ashfeld and the brute force of the Knight war machine", while The Temple Garden embodies the "beauty and harmony of the Myre but has since been turned into a Samurai battlefield".
Ubisoft also released two brand new heroes, which are available for 15,000 in-game steel.
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Fans will also be excited to try the expanded Faction War, which runs for 12 weeks.
The latest incarnation of the Faction War introduces nine new territories, as well as new in-game rewards.
Season 2 is accompanied by a huge For Honor patch that makes changes to the controls, individual heroes, game modes and the in-game economy and XP.
Players will now earn more XP after player-vs-player battles, as well as lower upgrade costs.