‘For Honor' Closed Beta Starts On Jan. 26; Release Date, Gameplay, And More Details Revealed
Everybody is waiting for “For Honor” to come out since the teaser trailers look promising but it will not be out until next month this year. To make sure the upcoming video game lives up to the expectations of the gamers, Ubisoft will be running a closed beta test this month for a limited time.
Some people were fortunate enough to have played “For Honor” at certain events that launched the PlayStation 4 Pro gaming console. The lucky ones were able to play an online action hack and slash video game donned in medieval times. They admitted that it was indeed stunning and the gameplay was made of a simple combat system, which players will really appreciate. The upcoming closed beta will have players choose factions and determine which of the three classes are the strongest.
The closed beta for “For Honor” will run from Jan. 26 until Jan. 29 this year and it will be putting the game’s features especially its multiplayer mode into test, which the developers have to make sure that there are no glitches. Those who want to take part in the beta can register thru Ubisoft’s official website for the game since an Ubisoft account is a prerequisite. Beta players will have to choose one of the three factions, Vikings, Samurai, and Knights and the faction that holds the best performance will be determined wherein players who chose the winning faction will be rewarded bonuses that can be claimed in the full “For Honor” game.
“For Honor” was announced and confirmed way back in 2015 during the E3 press conference and a trailer demo was introduced showcasing its gameplay. The up and coming third-person action video game is set to release worldwide on Feb. 14 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. “For Honor” will be sold in two editions, the Deluxe costs $69.99 and the regular one is at $59.99. Pre-orders for the game can now be placed.
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