'For Honor': Ubisoft's Third Person Melee - Game, Features Vikings, Samurai Or Knight Beta Test, Platform and Price, Coming Soon

By Paige McClure , Updated Jan 29, 2017 09:11 PM EST

"For Honor", one of the most anticipated game in 2017 developed and published by Ubisoft is now ready for the gamers' gaming appetite. After the delay of its release last year, finally the third person melee - game will be launched in February 14, 2017. However, even now the players do not have to wait for the release date but they can already try the game.

According to PCAdvisor, the beta version of "For Honor" has been made available online starting January 26 to January 29 for the game players to test the game. Featuring the War of the Factions, the players will have to choose to play as the Vikings, Samurai and Knights. Each of the player's performance will be tracked down in a multiplayer mode in the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC platforms.

As a reward for being part of the beta testing of the new "For Honor" game, the winning faction members will get a bonus that will be counted in the full game starting from its launching date. Any interested game player can already join by signing up and has to login in their respective Ubisoft account. Once given a slot in the closed beta game try out, the player can proceed with the game.

 "For Honor" developer Ubisoft has made some innovation when it announces that the player will have to use the controller's analogue sticks instead of using the buttons. The player has to proactively maneuver movements to succeed in the gameplay. No less than Jason Vanderberghe, the Director of the game has declared that the combat is done with the first-person shooter just like the Halo game.

"For Honor" can be pre-ordered in Amazon at £42.74 but in case of a price reduction, the buyer will only have to pay the lower price. At the same time, Ubisoft  is offering a lower pre-order price starting at £39. For update of the game from time to time, stay tuned to Gamenguide.

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