In the days following the conclusion of E3, For Honor’s servers suffered a DDOS attack which negatively affected the users’ gaming experience. For this reason, Ubisoft decides to give in-game items as compensation for the inefficiencies caused by the hacker attack.
As illustrated by the same authors of the transalpine videogame giant through the pages of their blog and the official Twitter profile, those who connect to the For Honor servers and synchronize their account within the next 30 days will be able to obtain 3 temporary experience multipliers and a package with 250 steel coins. Steel is the in-game currency that can be used to purchase items and elements for the aesthetic customization of your alter-ego within the For Honor digital store.
We also remember that the multiplayer action universe of For Honor is going through the Shadows of The Hitokiri phase. The activities related to the new limited-time event of the Year 3 will be available until June 27th on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and will allow title lovers to participate in Soul Rush, an online mode that allows users to get rewards unpublished.
As Giuseppe Carrabba explains in his latest special, Playing Hard is available on Netflix, an interesting documentary that tells the genesis and the most important phases of the development of For Honor.
As a compensation for the recent outage that occurred last week due to a series of DDOS attacks, we will be providing players who were active on all platforms within the last 30 days:
3 XP Boosts
We’ll be deploying this today from 2PM EDT.https://t.co/0UczqEbykD
— For Honor (@ForHonorGame) June 26, 2019