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The rise and fall of For Honor

 

For Honor clearly leans upon the success of Rainbow Six Siege—a highly competitive multiplayer game focused on individual characters and their unique abilities. But while Rainbow Six Siege has grown into one of the healthiest competitive shooters of recent years, For Honor has struggled to find any traction since launching in February. Dropping from over 25,000 concurrent players on Steam to just a few thousand, things aren't looking great. But with both games sharing so much DNA—hell, even their season passes are structured almost exactly the same way—where did For Honor go wrong?

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Ubisoft Press Conference - E3 2015