For Honor – New patch will address AntiCheat & Steam Controller issues

Ubisoft has announced that a new patch will be released later today for the PC version of For Honor. According to the release notes, this patch will address some AntiCheat and Steam Controller issues that have been reported, as well as several PC startup/full screen bugs.

In addition, this patch will add a message that will be displayed on boot if PC gamers are using an Intel GPU driver that is below minimum specs.

This patch will also fix the caching of settings on game minimization issues, as well as a number of display bugs (such as the incorrect window positions being stored in options when game is minimized).

You can read the complete changelog for the game’s upcoming PC patch below.

Easy AntiCheat

  • FIXED: Updated the error messaging for certain Easy AntiCheat notifications to make them more user friendly
  • FIXED: Error that was incorrectly blocking some players from entering the game

General

  • Steam Controller users will no longer be kicked as inactive (AFK) when providing controller input
  • Addressed bugs in the the shutdown process
  • FIXED: game sometimes storing borderless in the options on shutdown
  • FIXED: game still showing in taskbar after pressing x. When clicked you would see a small window without borders that closes shortly after.
  • Addressed several PC startup/full screen bugs
  • FIXED: game starting in window mode when clicking somewhere else during startup
  • FIXED: game switch display mode twice on startup
  • FIXED: game switching to borderless when ALT+ENTER after previous switch to full screen failed
  • Fixed the caching of settings on game minimization
  • FIXED: Incorrect window positions being stored in options when game is minimized
  • A message will now be displayed on BOOT if Intel GPU driver is below min specs

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