In the past, it was reported that the active player base in “For Honor” has fallen significantly. Corresponding reports now designated the makers as “Fake News”.
After a certain Donald Trump began to use the term “Fake News” inflationary, Ubisoft seems to have found it also. The triggers are reports of a dramatic decline in the numbers of players from “For Honor”.
A few weeks ago, on the basis of an evaluation of the Steam-Hits, the fact that the number of players in “For Honor” has shrunk massively since the release, which is at least for the PC. Ubisoft denied this message quite quickly and emphasized that you have no problems with too few games. In the meantime the developers have refilled.
During a Livestream, a Ubisoft employee emphasized, “We have a lot of players in For Honor, believe it or not, their fake news people, we have a lot of players in For Honor, for which we are just releasing the patch.” How many players are actually on Steam on the road has not been clarified in this context. This could end the discussions around the alleged game fade in “For Honor”.
In June of this year, it was reported that the number of players in the Steam version of “For Honor” had dropped by 95 percent since launch. After up to 71,000 simultaneous players were counted in the launch phase, this figure dropped to about 3,000 – according to the survey.