'For Honor' Release Date, News & Update: Upcoming Game Completed Tests in Russia, Japan, Continues to Receive Positive Feedback; New Beta Soon?
Ubisoft's new hack and slash game titled "For Honor" isn't arriving until Valentie's Day next year, but fans are already excited about the upcoming game. The closed alpha that was held back in September was met with massive success, keeping the studio's hopes up for an awesome release. The latest news surrounding "For Honor" is that the studio's upcoming game has completed tests in Russa and Japan.
Ahead of its release date, "For Honor" continues to receive positive feedback from gamers who are lucky enough to test the game. According to SegmentNext, Ubisoft recently held its quarterly financial conference call. During which, CEO Yves Guillemot spoke of the massive success of the global alpha last September and confirmed that the upcoming game completed tests in Russia and Japan. He cited that these were successful as well.
The company is optimistic that "For Honor" would be a success, given that it continuse to receive positive feedback. Guillemot also hinted that there has been an increase in registrations for the upcoming beta. While they did not disclose when the beta is going to be held, gamers who are interested can already log on to forhonor.ubisoft.com to register.
Those who will register for "For Honor" new beta soon will be able to get a chance to play the game early, win prizes such as custom consoles, "For Honor" gear, and other exciting items. Those who will sign up for the new beta soon will also be the first to know about updates on the upcoming game.
In other "For Honor" news, fans would be delighted to know that the game recently held a livestream via Twitch and YouTube. To keep updated on such social media events, fans are encouraged to follow them on Twitter @ForHonorGame. Also check out the best Closed Alpha moments below and comment what you'd like to see in the new beta soon for "For Honor."