During the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2016 press conference that took place last June, Ubisoft had announced For Honor, and the game will be released next year, specifically on February 14, 2017. It will be available for play on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, as well as for the PC. There is a trailer for the game available for viewing online, and the description reads as follows: “Watch the For Honor story campaign cinematic trailer and enter the chaos of a raging war. Play as a Knight, Viking, or Samurai in a fast-paced and immersive experience, mixing skill with visceral, never-before-seen melee combat. Immerse yourself in a single player tale and embody heroes of all three factions to ensure the survival of your people and foil the plans of the merciless and bloodthirsty warlord, Apollyon. For an added adrenaline rush, the singleplayer campaign is also fully playable cooperatively. Coordination and communication with your band of warriors will be the key to owning the battlefield!”
For Honor Will be Released on Valentine’s Day Next Year
Just recently, Ubisoft released some new information with regards to For Honor during the recently held Gamescom event. Details include what can be acquired when interested purchasers get the Collector’s Case. Those who will get the Collector’s Case will get the game, a Digital Deluxe Pack from the Deluxe Edition, as well as a full Season Pass. Furthermore, there will also be a Collector’s Box, three 1/3 scale full-metal warrior helmets on wooden stands (represents the Vikings, the Knights, and the Samurai). There is also an exclusive lithography, as well as the game’s original soundtrack.
For Honor (PS4, Xbox One, PC) will allow players to customize their warriors. It promises as slew of customization options, which include gender to weapon/armor color schemes. The customization of the characters are factors into each of the hero’s progression as players will be able to acquire new parts at the end of each match.
Speaking of which, the following is what Ubisoft had said regarding the multiplayer modes of For Honor: ” In addition to the story-driven campaign – which covers all three factions’ perspectives – you’ll be able to batter and slash your way through five multiplayer modes. The centerpiece is Dominion, a four-on-four battle for territory in which you’ll need to hold control points and push back your opponents’ weak but relentless rank-and-file troops to own the central battlefield in each stage. Communication and teamwork are vital here, as is keeping an eye on your opponents and going after the territories they’re not holding. Once your team controls all three points, the match enters a “breaking” phase, in which the losing team stops respawning. If you can eliminate all four players before they can reclaim a point, your team wins the round. Smaller but no less brutal are Brawl, a two-on-two mode in which teams win rounds by killing off their opponents, and Duel, which pits two players against each other in a no-distractions game of counters, parries, and quick deaths. Skirmish, meanwhile, is a four-vs.-four team deathmatch-style mode in which players score points with kills, and Elimination is a four-on-four match in which nobody respawns and the last player standing wins the round for their team.”
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