For Honor April Fools' Joke Makes Everything Smaller
Players on PC, PS4, and Xbox One are looking pretty mini on For Honor's huge battlefield--oh wait...
With April Fools' Day finally here, many companies are participating in pranking their fanbases. Developer Ubisoft Montreal is doing the same with For Honor on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One--and the results are tiny but come with some pretty big laughs.
All player-controlled characters on For Honor's battlefield have been shrunk to near-microscopic levels. The appearance change recalls Joe Johnston's 1989 comedy science fiction film Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, in which a dad reduces two families to a quarter of an inch in height and must get back to the lab to undo the experiment while fending off hazards, insects, and more. Check out For Honor: Mini Edition below, which is only available for April Fools' Day.
In other For Honor news, Ubisoft introduced a crossover event with The Prince from the studio's long-dormant action-adventure series Prince of Persia. The limited-time event, The Blades of Persia, is available on all platforms until April 2.
For Honor's fourth year, Year of the Reckoning, kicked off in early February. The new season comes jam-packed with tons of changes, including the new Battle Pass that replaces the Year Pass, additional heroes and customization options, and more.
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