Ubisoft scraps For Honor cosmetic removal plan

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Ubisoft scraps For Honor cosmetic removal plan

Yesterday, Ubisoft announced plans to make a change to a large number of For Honor cosmetics that would see them removed from the in-game store, and then brought back at a discount in an ongoing rotation. The problem, as game director Damien Kieken explained during a Twitch stream, is that the weekly content release schedule means there's just too much stuff to properly deal with. New players are confronted with "a mountain" of stuff to unlock, he said, and player feedback indicates that the volume of cosmetics is "overwhelming." 

Ubisoft lays out a plan to counter hackers in Rainbow Six Siege

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Ubisoft lays out a plan to counter hackers in Rainbow Six Siege

In response to a recent wave of new cheating tactics in Rainbow Six Siege, Ubisoft has laid out its plans to bolster their anti-cheat efforts moving forward. Most notably, following in the footsteps of CS:GO, plans are in the works to require two-factor authentication for all players wanting to play Ranked.