It has been quite some time since we last heard about For Honor. Ubisoft have been doing its best to market the game properly to gamers and seems confident enough that the game would be a success if not a mega success like The Division.
During the company’s quarterly financial conference call, CEO of Ubisoft, Yves Guillemot, talked about the positive feedback the game is receiving after the closed alpha, and revealed that two more live testings for the game have been concluded.
For Honor continues to excite players across the globe. After the global success of its closed alpha, the biggest in Ubisoft history, For Honor just concluded two more successful live testings in Russia and Japan.
He further revealed that Ubisoft has noticed a boost in the registration for the upcoming beta for the game after the success of the closed alpha.
Player feedback is massively positive, and we’ve seen a huge boost in registrations for the upcoming beta.
Ubisoft has showcased a lot of gameplay demos for the game’s multiplayer and singleplayer. However, not all gamers are impressed by the campaign of For Honor, given that not much is known about it except that it will feature Samurai, Viking and knights.
But Ubisoft have assured that the singleplayer campaign of For Honor will be a complete cinematic experience, which will take players on a journey of three different warriors Knights, Vikings and Samurai.
Not many games these days feature split game functionalities, but Ubisoft announced that For Honor will surely include it. However, as the game development went on, developers revealed that split screen functionality for the game has been dropped in favor of polishing the 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.