For Honor is getting a massive graphical overhaul with its new expansion next week

For Honor is getting a massive graphical overhaul with its new expansion next week screenshot

You have to provide it to Ubisoft on the subject of beef up for his or her fresh multiplayer choices.

While they usually had the similar popularity as EA for leaving behind their on-line initiatives in file time, they have got performed a incredible activity bringing consistent content material and updates to such things as For Honor and Rainbow Six Siege. Despite launching in February of closing yr For Honor is nonetheless going sturdy, and can host a new expansion in Marching Fire next week on October 16.

Along with the 4v4 Breach gametype and the opposite trappings of Marching Fire (four Wu Lin heroes, PVE arcade mode), it is going to additionally host what Ubisoft is calling a “graphical remaster,” with enhanced lightning and textures. This replace will if truth be told be loose next to the paid Fire expansion. Ubisoft says it all started paintings at the remaster in early 2018 and has regularly stepped forward upon that base for over a yr. While maps don’t seem to be significantly going to switch (and even switch layouts) the writer does word that you’re going to realize extra main points.

Art director Christian Diaz notes: “If you’re enjoying a Valkenheim map and it’s meant to feel and look chilly, we will put across that sense of temperature a lot more now. Similarly, the heat of a position like Ashfeld will probably be extra obvious now. The marketing campaign and the cinematics have obtain a refresh as neatly so avid gamers taking a look to revisit the marketing campaign will even realize new visible facets.”

For Honor Gets Visual Remaster in Marching Fire Expansion ^( [PlayStation Blog]

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