So it’s official, For Honor has gone live. And Ubisoft has casually released some formidable statistics on the number of fans who participated in the For Honor betas.
As reported by VG24/7, the For Honor betas hosted approximately six million unique players, as there were over 3 million playing this weekend alone. Ubisoft boasts a gross log of over two billion minutes across PC and both consoles. This is also one of the largest “PC beta phases” in Ubisoft’s history.
At the finale of the Beta testing, Ubisoft revealed that the Knights Faction emerged victoriously in The Faction war. This means that players who were a part of the winning faction will receive Emblems of Power that can be carried over to the purchased version of the game.
While the numbers associated with the Beta are impressive, players will be hungry to know what tweaks have been made. As it happens, Ubisoft has already posted For Honor‘s day one patch notes, which include hero balance changes and more.
For Honor is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.