Ubisoft’s newest title, For Honor heads to PC and Consoles this 2017

Written by Louis

June 15, 2016

Ubi finally reveals their planned new IP with For Honor.

A lot of Action RPG elements as well as Hack-and-Slash combat set in what seems to be medieval times at the turning point of an age old war between Knights, Vikings and Samurais, going against each other and against the main antagonist called Apollyon.

The game features massive level battles, a variety of possible playstyles depending on which faction you choose, and as well as a Split Screen coop mode, apart from the online multiplayer. The gameplay video being showcased at E3 also features the “Art of Battle” mechanic which lets you switch stances, giving you more variety of combat when it comes to approaching your opponent.

For Honor is now under development, and is slated for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Platforms this coming February 14, 2016.

 

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