With the number of games featuring multiplayer gaming these days, the shared server space and bandwidth can be a little crowded. The solution to a smooth and solid multiplayer gaming experience is dedicated servers, but it’s not something that’s always utilized for one reason or another. After launching dedicated servers for the PC version of For Honor last month, Ubisoft has announced that dedicated servers for consoles, namely the PS4 and Xbox One version of the game, will be rolling out today.
Following the successful launch of dedicated servers for the PC version of the game, the For Honor development team has announced that dedicated servers will be deployed and active for PS4 and Xbox One players on March 6. On PC, dedicated servers have eliminated resyncs and host migrations and improved PvP match completion rates. In addition, all fixes that have been implemented in the PC version since the launch of dedicated servers will be applied to the console versions of the game on day one.
Originally announced last month alongside “Age of Wolves,” For Honor’s fifth content season, the server change is no doubt a welcome one for those who play the game and should result in more stable connections in multiplayer. In the announcement post, Ubisoft also reminded players that the “Apollyon’s Legacy” event ends on Thursday so if you haven’t snagged your event-exclusive loot, you still have a couple days to do it.