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News video games 08 October 2020, 22:46

author: Paul Wozniak

For Honor Coming to Next-gen, but Without 60 FPS on Launch

Today, Ubisoft announced that the online action game For Honor will be released in improved versions for next-gen consoles. Players will be able to transfer their progress for free.

Some time ago we learned that Ubisoft's online shooter Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege will be a launch title for next-gen consoles, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, and the players will be able to move their progress between the platforms for free. Today, it was announced that a similar move will be possible in the online action game For Honor. The game will see improved versions for the upcoming Microsoft and Sony devices, which will appear on their release day. They will receive some visual improvements and will support resolutions up to 4K (Xbox Series S only up to 1080p), and each player will be able to transfer their progress without any problems and for free. However, it has been announced that the next-gen console versions will offer constant 60 fps only in early December, not for release.

For Honor

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