For Honor – Closed beta phase begins on January 26th

Ubisoft announced today that the For Honor Closed Beta will be available from January 26th–29th on PC. Those still waiting to pledge their sword can sign up to have a chance to participate in the closed beta at its official website.

Coinciding with the Closed Beta, Ubisoft is launching War of the Factions, a limited-time event which will help answer the question: When the mighty Vikings, deadly Samurai and bold Knights finally collide on the battlefield, who will reign supreme?

War of the Factions will track all multiplayer activities across all platforms from all players during the Closed Beta, and will reward players for fighting for their factions and honor the winning faction with additional rewards. The rewards will transfer to the full game and only be available to Closed Beta participants.

Developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other Ubisoft studios, For Honor promises to offer an engaging campaign and thrilling multiplayer.

Players embody warriors of the three Great Factions – the bold Knights, the brutal Vikings and the enigmatic Samurai – fighting to the death on intense and believable melee battlefields.

The game will be online-only and its innovative combat system aims to put players in total control of their warriors, allowing them to utilise the unique skills and combat style of each hero to vanquish all enemies who stand in their way.

For Honor will be available on February 14th!

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