During the 2016 Gamescom, Ubisoft revealed complete 12 playable heroes of For Honor. The legacy of Knight, Viking and Samurai warriors have four elite, able to make a difference on the battlefield. In addition to the complete story campaign mode revealed at E3 2016, For Honor includes five exciting multiplayer modes: Dominion, Brawl, Duel, Elimination and Skirmish.
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For Honor immerses players into chaos, fury and brutality of vicious and visceral melee combat, featuring brutal Vikings and the deadly Samurai Knights. In each faction, players can choose from four different types of heroes:
- Vanguards: are well balanced Heroes, with a good attack, defense capabilities and versatility.
- Murderers: They are lethal and fast characters, great duelists with a very good offense.
- Heavy: are the toughest heroes, their attacks are slow but deadly. The Heavy are especially efficient to defend a point and annihilate enemies of artificial intelligence.
- Hybrid: combine elements and characteristics of other types of Heroes. Advanced characters are harboring unusual tactics.
Each Hero has its own set of features, weapons, armor and fighting style. With a wide range of customization options, players will be able to customize their heroes; not only to look and feel unique, but also to fit your combat style.
The multiplayer modes For Honor can be played with and against other players or robots in cooperative split-screen consoles. These multiplayer modes offer each user a different way to live the fantasy of playing a skilled warrior in a field of battle credible:
- Dominion: is a 4v4 objective – based mode in which two teams of four players fight to gain control of the battlefield. It is a mode that is based on skill, communication and teamwork.
- Brawl 2v2: each team of two players need to kill two enemies Heroes to win a round. Skill, concentration, cooperation and the ability to use the environment as an advantage; are the key elements of this game mode.
- Skirmish: is a Death Match mode in 4v4 teams. Combat skills are the key to this game mode, while players earn points for their team by killing enemy heroes.
- Elimination: in this game mode 4V4, the last player to survive on the battlefield will be recognized as the winner of the round for his team.
Consumers will have the opportunity to try For Honor from September 15 until September 18 with the closed Alpha. The development team will seek feedback from players during the closed Alpha to develop the best possible gaming experience when it goes on sale.
Ubisoft is also pleased to announce that the PC version of For Honor is being developed by Blue Byte, a studio of Ubisoft. Blue Byte is committed to creating a customized and fully optimized gaming experience for PC platforms using mouse and keyboard controls, giving PC gamers the opportunity to choose how they play For Honor.
For Honor will be released on February 14, 2017.