For Honor Comeback Celebration EMBARRASSING?

Game News: For Honor Comeback Celebration EMBARRASSING?

For Honor's dropping a new update, adding dedicated servers... all good things! Unfortunately, the tournament they held to celebrate was an embarrassing mess that just highlighted how far they still have to go.

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  • NoGround FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    6 months ago

    Guys... C'mon. Seriously, do some more research.. BouseFeenux is calling out a ton of misinformation you guys just put in this video. Please. Don't de-volve into Kotaku.

    BouseFeenix Response to The Know

  • DerrickFord FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    6 months ago

    Meh. Once I got all the achievements at the start of season 2, I uninstalled the game. It's really fun and I love the mechanics, unfortunately people are crafty and exploit whatever advantage they can get to win. That ruins it

  • RiverRunning

    6 months ago

    TLDR; Stop supporting sh*tty games by pre-ordering them and then continuing to play them and, worst, paying for stuff in them with microtransactions... if customers shun crap stuff businesses will have an actual incentive to make better stuff!!

    I understand that people who actually shelled out for this dumpster-fire of a game are likely to want to defend it but it was pretty clear on launch day itself that this game was going to be a disaster (I'd have said there was already a 90% chance even before launch day given the stuff I saw about it beforehand).

    Holding the tournament in the first place was stupid and the prize money could have been much better spent on making the game better (it's also a slap in the face to all those people who think the microtransactions are over the top rip-offs!)

    The fact that the Steam player numbers (which are _representative_ of though not absolute player numbers) are anything to go by people weren't even attracted back by the new stuff so that was a failure too - so how about fixing the game rather than doing just glitzy stuff?? This is what you get when marketing gets too powerful in these companies.

    Ultimately the biggest problem and why this game is still exists at all is because players keep buying stuff from it, keep buying it and keep playing it; it should have been put down  barbara a short time ago (a couple of months after it was released and it was clearly a dumpster-fire such that no-one could reasonably refute it - I'd have never let it be released though, TBH, bad for the company and for the industry, never mind the players).

    So what this all boils down to is the players: you don't get to bitch if you buy the crap and you definitely don't get to bitch if you're still bloody playing it!

    • lithographer Gus Sponsor

      6 months ago

      this is why open betas are so important. i learned two things from FH's, one: i really had fun playing it but.. two: all the cons, microtransactions, buggy P2P made me hold off to see what it looked like after release, and well i'm glad i saved some money. the only reason i'd ever pre order is if it's a favorite IP i know i'm going to always buy regardless cough star wars, take my money cough

  • Raresh

    6 months ago

    Steam stats aren't very representative of the playerbase. My friends and I have the game on Uplay, for example.