‘For Honor’ Gameplay: Open Beta Now Available For Everyone; Ubisoft, No Plans For Nintendo Switch

By Paige McClure , Updated Feb 08, 2017 10:05 AM EST
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Ubisoft has recently announced that the open beta for "For Honor" is now available for everyone who wants to check on the game. It is reported that the open beta will be available tomorrow, Thursday until Sunday.

In a previous report by Gamenguide, the open beta is only available on major platforms, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will be providing gamers with two modes, the Multiple Multiplayer Mode and the Elimination Mode.

Players having Nintendo Switch will not be able to play "For Honor" since Ubisoft does not have any plans of bringing the game into the device at this moment, WWG reports. However, Ubisoft is not closing its doors, as its focus is to see if the game works on the core platforms and identify who will play it.

Furthermore, a lot of hard work and effort from the team was put into the game. For years, "For Honor" was under development, and is now ready for release on February 14. Ubisoft has also launched the "War of Factions" competition which featured "Game Of Thrones" star Jason Mamoa and MMA's Demetrious Johnson, Game Spot reports.

"For Honor" will have 12 heroes and will feature Elimination, Dominion, Brawl, and Duel in the Multiplayer mode. The Elimination mode will allow players to fight with each other, but there will be no respawns.

Although Nintendo players will not be able to experience the game, Ubisoft might be developing "For Honor" on the switch in the future. Nintendo and Ubisoft have been very good partners, and developing "For Honor" will be a great possibility. For now, players can enjoy the open beta. Stay tuned for more Gamenguide update.

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