'For Honor' Release Date, News & Update: Alpha Trailer Showcases Game’s Best Moments

By Arianne Gift , Updated Oct 29, 2016 04:46 AM EDT
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Ubisoft's roster of games has become an instant favorite among many for years. With the addition of "For Honor," the company - without a doubt - holds a multitude of reasons to be loved. The recently released is the new trailer, which highlights the top moments from the alpha test.

Most scenes on the trailer involved epic combat sequences while other players injected humor, to the delight of viewers. In one scene, two warriors are seen dancing after defeating their opponents. Aptly named "Conquerors Cut Loose", the entry is just one of the few that the "For Honor" trailer has in store.

Considered as a colossal success, "For Honor" sits atop the list of the most highly anticipated games this year. Ubisoft is also doing their part in taking all points and concerns to heart, which players raised themselves.

The new "For Honor" trailer is one way to see the game in an enjoyable kind of aspect, despite the immense battleground that players are situated on. On the alpha test, players get to experience a seemingly insurmountable type of warfare that can be played through dominion matches, brawls, and duels.

While the testings garnered positive feedback, Ubisoft announced last month that they had to get rid of the split-screen feature, as reported by Gamespot. The decision was a surprise to many players, since Jason VandenBerghe himself previously stated that split-screen is "absolutely a key feature" for "For Honor."

Despite the news, "For Honor" is still critically acclaimed. Most testers spend at least 10 hours just to level up, reportedly.

"For Honor" features the Knights of Europe, the Samurai from the East, and the Vikings of the North. A bevy of battle styles is available for each class; defense mechanics and attack styles come in assortment as well. Ubisoft will release the game on February 14, 2017 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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