For Honor: The Next-Gen Consoles Get It, Too

Ubisoft‘s game will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S in the form of a free update.

The French company announced on its website how their game will work on the next-gen consoles: „Next-generation console players will be able to experience the highest level of graphical enhancements that For Honor has to offer. These enhancements, carried over from the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro are now available, without compromises, on all next-gen consoles: improved water reflections, improved distance level of detail, improved shadow resolution, improved texture filtering, and 4K resolution (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X) or 1080p (Xbox Series S).

If you currently own For Honor on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, your profile including all purchases and inventory, is automatically shared with its next-generation counterparts (for example PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5). The team is happy to announce that For Honor will be playable at 60 frames per second on all next-generation consoles for the beginning of next season Year 4 Season 4 in early December,” Ubisoft says.

So yes, Ubisoft might be somewhat rushing the support of For Honor, especially how the frame rate will not be sixty frames per second for about a month. That’s something we can’t understand. Also, 1080p on the Xbox Series S – couldn’t they hit 1440p?

For Honor will thus be a launch title for the PlayStation 5 (PlayStation 5 Standard Edition, PlayStation 5 Digital Edition – launching on November 12 in North America and November 19 in Europe) as well as the Xbox Series (Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S – launching on November 10 worldwide). The game has been available for years on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. PC users can find the medieval fight everywhere (Steam, Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Store).

Source: Gematsu

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