UbiBlog has details on a new update that's live in For Honor with some
changes for the melee combat game. There is an economy update here that
increases Steel payouts for all matches.
highlights changes and new content in the patch, and here's word:
Honor update has arrived, revealing new information on the changes coming to the
game. Starting today, the For Honor team is increasing overall income of Steel
on all matches and Orders across all platforms. By just how much, you ask? By
All matches Steel income are increased by 25%
Daily Orders Steel income are increased by 33%
Side Orders Steel income are increased by 50%
Community Orders Steel rewards are increased from
500-1000 to 2000 Steel
This should result in a sizable boost to your in-game purchasing power (up to
45% more Steel in the first two hours), so that ride-the-pony Lawbringer emote
youíve had your eye on can finally be yours.
But income isnít the only issue the team is addressing today. They are also
prioritizing connectivity and matchmaking issues, and re-introducing maps that
had been removed for stabilityís sake. River Fort is back in action today, with
High Fort scheduled to return to the rotation soon if all goes well.
Looking to the near future, there are more changes coming for Orders and gear
balancing. Stay tuned for more details on that.
Players can log in today and start enjoying their higher Steel income, as well
as 3-Day Champion Status granted to all players after the outage last Tuesday.
And all those who did not receive the Faction War crates because of the outage,
be reassured that the team is looking into that.
deqer wrote on Mar 31, 2017, 12:45: The fact that it came to a point where players had to boycott is reason enough to boycott it anyways. There should be no turning back. Companies deserve harsh punishment for their bad Pay2Win strategies.
I thought all the items people were complaining about being too expensive were cosmetic items. How was this pay2win?
††††††††† "What do I want? I don't really know. Most of the time I ignore my quest and walk into the homes of others, riffling through people's shelves... oooh, like those over there!"
The fact that it came to a point where players had to boycott is reason enough to boycott it anyways. There should be no turning back. Companies deserve harsh punishment for their bad Pay2Win strategies.