For Honor is a new IP from Ubisoft, which features both multiplayer and singleplayer modes. However, the multiplayer mode for the game has garnered almost all of the attention of the gamers as of late, and many are speculating that the singleplayer experience might not be good. But according to devs, For Honor Singleplayer will be a full fledged experience, that will stand on its own.
Speaking with GameSpot, creative director Jason VandenBerghe explained that For Honor singleplayer will be a cinematic experience, which will take players on a journey of three different warriors Knights, Vikings and Samurai.
It’s a full story campaign, a cinematic adventure where you will play as the knights first as the Warden, then you play as the Raider, then you play as the Orochi… You’ll play all through three different regions; the knights’ homeland, the viking homeland, and the samurai homeland.
You’ll go on this great adventure… We built the campaign so that if you bought the game just for that, that you would be satisfied even if you never went online and played multiplayer. It’s intended to be a full experience.
Earlier this month closed alpha for the game came to an end, and Ubisoft has revealed some interesting stats about the alpha. According to Ubisoft, For Honor clossed alpha was the biggest for any Ubisoft game so far. Also averagely each player spent 4 hours and 38 minutes in game, also a third of all active players played For Honor during three or more of the alpha’s four days.
Ubisoft also claimed that demand to participate in the open beta from the players in approximately 40 percent higher compared to any previous Ubisoft game.
For Honor is an action hack and slash game in-development at Ubisoft Montreal, and the game is scheduled to launch on February 14, 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.