Ubisoft’s current game lineup consists of several multiplayer titles, many of which have proven to have long tails, only getting more popular as time goes on. Earlier this year, we learned that Rainbow Six Siege has accrued over 30 million players during its lifespan, and today Ubisoft revealed that For Honor has just surpassed 15 million total players since its launch in February 2017.
Both titles’ primary developer is Ubisoft Montreal, though several other Ubisoft studios also assisted during development and post-launch upkeep. 15 million is an impressive player count for any game to reach, especially one with a very high skill ceiling like For Honor. That being said, For Honor’s success likely prove that it is a Ubisoft franchise that is here to stay.
This news also comes just ahead of the launch of For Honor: Marching Fire. This giant update overhauls the game with a new Chinese martial arts inspired faction called the Wu Lin, a 4v4 breach mode, an Arcade Mode, and other smaller quality of life improvements. You can check out a new trailer highlighting what For Honor: Marching Fire brings to the table below.
For Honor is currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, with Marching Fire launching on October 16. If you want to try the game out for yourself, you can pick it up on Amazon.
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