Ubisoft has announced that dedicated servers will be rolling out for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of For Honor later today. To be more specific, you'll be able to enjoy the new feature following a period of maintenance at 2.00pm GMT.

Dedicated servers were previously made available for the PC version of the medieval hack-'n-slash adventure, and offer a smoother online experience thanks to improved matchmaking and stability.

The feature comes as just one of many additions of Age of Wolves, For Honor's fifth season of content. Other goodies being lined up include various character balancing, three all-new training modes, plus a special three-week event.

For Honor launched in February 2017 for PS4, PC, and Xbox One and has fared pretty well, with over one million players regularly tuning in each month. The game suffered some teething issues at launch and had a bit of a ropy single-player campaign, but Alice still thought it was worth a punt.

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