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For Honor has announced plans to make massive changes to the combat system to achieve better balance. According to the information on the Hermitgamer gaming portal, since the release, many players have used the same tricks to win, for example, spamming with almost unblockable light attacks. This should come to an end with the coming update. The action team has identified three key tasks to accomplish: Bring all battle styles to a common denominator Increase the effectiveness of attacks Reduce the effectiveness of weak hits. In a fresh video, a representative of Ubisoft Montreal talks in some detail about the upcoming changes, where, for example, light attacks will do less damage, and the effectiveness of counterattacks and parries will decrease. Additionally, players will no longer lose stamina if they fail to deal damage.

Home to some of the world’s most ancient civilizations, hub for trade and transport, unique hotspot for biodiversity, the Mediterranean faces a multitude of common challenges, including climate change, pollution, youth unemployment and social inequality. Acting together to address these challenges and improve the lives of men and women across the region is the impetus for the 2014-2020 ENI CBC “Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme”, the largest Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) initiative implemented by the EU under the European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI). The Programme brings together the coastal territories of 14 countries in view of fostering fair, equitable development on both sides of the Mediterranean. Through calls for proposals, ENI CBC Med finances cooperation projects for a more competitive, innovative, inclusive and sustainable Mediterranean area.

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