While we’ve known about Ubisoft’s For Honor for a while now, but next month marks the first chance that gamers outside of a gaming convention will be able to try it out. Ubisoft has announced that next month the game will be getting a closed alpha on all platforms, revealing the release dates in the process.
The closed alpha will begin on September 15th and conclude on September 18th, though the company confirms that there will be a very limited amount of people allowed into the alpha. More information on the alpha will be coming soon, but for now you can take a shot at getting into the alpha by clicking right here.
A new trailer for the game was also released, which shows off the Viking, Samurai and Knight classes contained within the game. The game will have 12 playable characters that are split into 4 different types, and you can get a look at them through the trailer at the bottom of this post.
Ubisoft also confirmed who would be handling the PC version of the game, which they revealed to be Blue Byte. Blue Byte previously worked on games like Rainbow Six Siege and Anno and The Settlers, and so far it seems like PC version of the game is shaping up nicely. With PC versions of games like like this, though, we really won’t have any clue until launch.
For Honor will launch on February 14th, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Check out the new trailer for the game below.
- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018