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A post on reddit features a For Honor beta tester violating the game's NDA by posting some complaints about Ubisoft's new multiplayer-oriented action game (thanks VG247). At issue is the absence of dedicated servers, and the post includes this video to show delays and problems in peer-to-peer multiplayer play. This is an attempt at a constructive approach to this, as they point to the For Honor reddit were they are petitioning for dedicated servers. Word is: "We need Ubisoft to change their design so the game uses proper dedicated servers to host games. Please sign the petition to help bring awareness to this issue, and share the video if possible." There's a response to these complaints on PCGamesN, where they asked Ubisoft about this, and were told: "no player will have an advantage in a match compared to the others. Some of the connection and networking problems that players have experienced and perceived as consequences of that architecture are rather linked to the fact that we’re still in development."
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