‘For Honor’ Beta Files Released; Ubisoft Announces File Is Pre-Loadable Before Free Trail Event

By Danny Smith , Updated Feb 09, 2017 09:39 PM EST
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"For Honor" fans are thrilled as the game developer and publisher Ubisoft will release the game's beta files. Ubisoft further announces that the gamers can pre-load the game's beta file in time for the game's 4-fay free trial event on February 9 to 12.

"For Honor" beta file requires 27GB of memory. Ubisoft's decision to make the game's beta file available for pre-loading came as a huge relief for players who plan to take part of the 4-day trial.

The pre-loading option eliminates the need to spend precious time to wait for the file to load on day one of the game's free trial event. Gamers who played through the recently closed "For Honor" beta will discover that the open beta version provides the same experience.

The game's beta will offer four varying modules including Elimination, Dominion, Brawl and Duel. Gamers should expect that betas only offer a small bite of the game's full version.

According to Express, Ubisoft confirms that nine fighter class will be made available for the entire duration of the "For Honor" free trail event. The game's full version will feature 12 playable heroes and five exciting modes.

On top of the module and characters, the game's beta free trial event will also feature six multiplayer maps. The full game will offer a total of 12 maps. Throwing everything made available for the beta free trial event, Entertainment Focus believes that the go test will enable players to experience a good portion of the full version of "For Honor".

Ubisoft initially announced their plans of providing "For Honor" post-launch support. In effect, gamers can look forward with regards the base game, a pool of addition content will be available.

Ubisoft also holds a "War of the Factions" competition today featuring Game of Thrones star Jason Mamoa and MMA's Demetrious Johnson. With everything in the mix, topped with an open pre-loadable beta, "For Honor" remains to be one of the most anticipated games of 2017.

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