For Honor gets more generous with in-game currency as players threaten boycott (Updated) - PC Gamer

Update: The For Honor community has decided to call off the boycott following a Ubisoft livestream that took place this morning. During the stream, producer Stéphane Cardin and game directors Damien Kieken and Roman Campos-Oriola addressed many of ...and more »

The For Honor Team “Is Going Full Force” to Improve Online Stability - PlayStation LifeStyle

To keep players updated on the world of For Honor, Ubisoft has launched a new weekly blog post called This Week in For Honor. In the first edition, Producer Stéphane Cardin talked about how their top priority right now is improving online stability ...and more »

For Honor BOYCOTT: Ubisoft responds to Reddit threat, price concerns and adds new update -

FOR HONOR fans are disappointed by the lack of communication by Ubisoft, and are threatening to boycott the game. By Liam Martin. PUBLISHED: 18:05, Fri, Mar 31, 2017 | UPDATED: 18:07, Fri, Mar 31, 2017. For Honor screenshot UBISOFT. For Honor ...and more »

For Honor update which increases Steel income and brings back the River Fort map is live - VG247

Ubisoft has performed maintenance on For Honor which has increased Steel income and brought back the River Fort and High Fort maps. An error occurred. Try watching this video on, or enable JavaScript if it is disabled in your browser.and more »

For Honor now gives players more Steel -

One of the biggest complaints about the game is it's stingy when it came to dishing out the in-game currency to players. The negative sentiment came to a head recently when Ubisoft released new high cost emotes. As part of a patch issued yesterday ...and more »

For Honor Community Plans Boycott To Send Message to Ubisoft - USgamer

The For Honor community feels its issues are not being addressed by Ubisoft, so it's planning a blackout event on April 3. Proposed by Reddit user Jbaayoun, the blackout would have most of the community stop playing the game to send a message to Ubisoft.and more »

Ubisoft Responds to For Honor Boycott With Major Economy Changes - Game Rant

Over the last few weeks, players of Ubisoft's newest third-person brawler, For Honor, have been attempting to get their voices heard regarding what they believe is the developer's complete lack of regard for the game's fanbase. This eventually led to a ...and more »

With Their Game In Crisis, For Honor Devs Are Making All The Right Moves - Game Revolution

It's no secret that For Honor is going through somewhat of a rocky time after its first first month and a half. What started as fringe criticism from some outsider curmudgeons (me) has gradually boiled over into a grassroots revolt of players who are ...and more »

For Honor Blackout Stirred Ubisoft To Release New Post Update - Gameranx (blog)

You might recall our recent post in regards to For Honor. After the lack of communication between players and the development team, a boycott was scheduled for the game through Reddit. The post was gathering thousands of upvotes making the scheduled ...and more »

For Honor Update Brings Back River Fort, Enhances Steel Income - GamingBolt

Ubisoft's For Honor has been under fire since release due to the stingy amount of Steel drops (which can be purchased with real money and are necessary for unlocking high-end gear and cosmetics), problematic servers and balance issues. It also didn't ...and more »