‘For Honor’ Open Beta Now Available On Major Platforms; Elimination Mode Reveals Matches With No Respawns

By Paige McClure , Updated Feb 01, 2017 07:07 PM EST
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 Ubisoft and Twitch have recently announced the availability of "For Honor" open beta which will be available on all major platforms, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The open beta is reported to run from February 9th through 12th.

 "For Honor" will provide gamers with two modes, the Multiple Multiplayer Mode and the Elimination Mode. GameRant reports that the open beta will allow gamers to prove their loyalty to either of the three factions, Samurai, Knight, and Viking. With the official launching of the game this February 14, Ubisoft has also announced that it will record the victories of the factions and will broadcast the winner during the launching day.

Gamenguide  reports that rewards will be given to players who are part of "For Honor" beta testing. Interested players can easily sign up to get an Ubisoft account. The Multiple Multiplayer Mode is also available for testing which includes Dominion, Brawl and Duel on three maps. Aside from the Multiple Multiplayer mode, a new mode will also be introduced in the game. The Elimination Mode will provide the venue for players to fight with each other in the best of five series of four on four matches. The main concern for this mode is that there will be no respawns.

Although Ubisoft promoted the multiple multiplayer mode of "For Honor", a full single player mode will also be available. The game is reported to be thrilling and players have a lot to work out in this hack and slash game. Stay tuned for more GameNguide update.

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