‘For Honor’ Release Date, News & Update: Ubisoft’s New Game Gains Positive Feedback; Single-player Mode, Never Before Seen Full Story Campaign!

By MPEO , Updated Nov 11, 2016 01:52 AM EST
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Ubisoft's latest action game "For Honor" has been receiving good reviews from players who have registered and tried the Beta test. The game is gaining fans and gamers are now anticipating its official release in February 2017.

The developer Ubisoft announced last year at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo its new hack and slash video game "For Honor."  Since it recently concluded its Alpha test, it has gained a global success. The CEO of Ubisoft, Yves Guillemot, talked about the massive positive feedback on the game and the company has "seen a huge boost in registrations for the beta."

According to Ubisoft's website, "For Honor" is playable both in single and multi-player campaign. Evidently, there is no question that the multi-player campaign draws attention from the gamers for its unique gameplay experience. But, there is no doubt that the single-player campaign can also give satisfaction to the players.

"For Honor" storyline has three factions: the Knights, the Vikings, and the Samurai who have all adapted to each other, but will be tested with an all-out-war. The story will focus on the pro-war and chaos-starter Apollyon, a warlord.

Creative director Jason VandenBerghe said that "For Honor" is a full story campaign adventure that gamers will have a chance "to play as the knights first as the Warden, then play as the Raider, then play as the Orochi." These characters are from different regions: the Knights' homeland, the Viking homeland, and the Samurai homeland, GameSpot reported.

The "For Honor" multi-player campaign is consists of three types the Dominion, Duel and Brawl. In Dominion battle, the opposing team must score points by killing enemies, capturing areas and controlling it. The team must score 1000 points to stop another team from spawning. The game will be over once the last hero is killed.

Meanwhile, Duel and Brawl in "For Honor" are somewhat similar to its three-round fight in an arena, except that the Brawl mode is a 2v2 game. Players may need to use their radar well to locate the opponent's position. The game will end for Brawl mode once the last hero is defeated, but remember there is no respawns here.

"For Honor" is currently under Beta and players who want to try it can register now with Ubisoft's website. The highly anticipated game will be released on February 14, 2017 and it's open for pre-order now. 

 

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