'For Honor' Release Date, News & Update: Ubisoft's New Title Gearing Up to Be Major Game Changer!

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Oct 24, 2016 12:00 AM EDT
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On Valentine's Day next year, Ubisoft will be releasing "For Honor," a new hack and slash game that was first unveiled at this year's E3. There has been so much buzz surrounding Ubisoft's new game, which is gearing up to be a game changer.

"For Honor" was debuted at the Indian Games Expo last week, where fans were able to get a glimpse of the awesome new demo of the hack and slash game's single-player campaign. According to NDTV, the visual effects of "For Honor" is exemplary, as it features a "smart use of color options" that are "more competent graphically" than previously released games.

As for the game's mission, "For Honor" players must target enemies and beat or slice them to a pulp using different attacks. Gamers are encouraged to take notice on how they block their opponents, as your life is also at risk in these battles. While other enemies will feature a life bar that you have to drain out, some other minions can easily be defeated with just a single blow. Bosses are interesting and challenging, as they will teach gamers how to perfectly time their attacks. It's really something to look forward to in "For Honor," which seems to be gearing up to be a game changer.

Gamespot recently reported that the split-screen feature on Ubisoft's "For Honor" has been removed by the producers of the game. The decision to remove support for split-screen came after they saw how they needed to "polish all the features at the Triple-A level" and ensure an awesome experience for gamers. While they called it a "key feature" in the game, the team ended up shelving it instead.

"For Honor" arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows beginning February 14, 2017. In the meantime, check out the hands-on video and comment your expectations on the highly anticipated hack and slash game below.

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