When it comes to development, For Honor is among those titles that can shine by example. While the production initially made its debut in 2017, Ubisoft is continuously polishing its project, delivering new content to players, constantly engaging events and a plethora of elements that can at times completely change the image of the game.
And this is worth highlighting, because such activities are definitely worthy of a ton of praise – especially today, when games are often so short lived.
But to somewhat confirm the words from the introduction, we should mention that the developers of the game have announced another special event heading to For Honor. This one will start already on October 20 and will run until November 10.
And given the period it falls on, one cannot help but guess its theme – it is, of course, Halloween. “The Web of the Jorogumo”, which is the title of the event, is expected to bring a four-player PVE tryout and some exciting clashes and skins for the characters.
As if this wasn’t enough, with the announcement we also got confirmation of what had been rumored for some time. Ubisoft has announced that they have successfully completed work on improving the Cross-Play feature.
What this means is that players who use different platforms will now be able to invite each other to play together (which may prove useful for an upcoming event) through their Ubisoft Connect accounts.