'For Honor' Latest Tips: Emotes Can Help Dodge Attacks
"For Honor" developers released their new emotes last February, but a lot of the players are hesitant to purchase any of them due to the hefty price tag attached to them.
In this game, items are bought with the use of points, or steel as they call it, and one particular emote costs 3,000 steel, according to GameRant. That particular emote is called "Flip Out" and it's unfortunate that it costs so much because if players have it they can use it to dodge attacks with ease and a lot of panache.
The "Flip Out" emote can help a character somersault into the air while an enemy is attacking, which results to the attacker completely missing him. A Reddit user, who goes by the name TheRealCrayfish, showed how the emote helps his character dodge attacks.
In the video, his character flips backward just when his attacker swings a mace at his legs. The character falls back on his feet and scurries away without a scratch on his body. It's a beautiful move and a nifty way to dodge attacks, but it's not as easy as it looks. According to Kotaku applying this move in the game requires perfect timing and a reliable server.
Even though a player has the "Flip Out" emote, lags in the server could ruin his chances of executing a perfect backward flip. Players of "For Honor" have been complaining about the performance lag issues in the game. It is not surprising since online multiplayer games often have this problem because of unstable internet connection with some players.
So, despite the fact that the "Flip Out" emote is cool to watch and even cooler to execute, not all players are eager to try this strategy. This particular emote requires too much effort to use and too many price points to purchase, which is not what most players want from their games' additional items.
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