Nov 15, 2016 04:40 AM EST

'For Honor' Release Date, Gameplay, & Updates: Beta Testers Report Promising Game Ahead; Alpha Test Findings Prove Single-Player Mode Amazing

Ubisoft's upcoming game title "For Honor" has set the crowd's expectations flying sky high, especially since the alpha and beta testers had nothing but good feedback to share after trying the game out. Game has both a single-player mode and a multiplayer mode, the testers found that the two modes were very entertaining.

However, what was surprising is that the Single-player mode actually surpassed the expectations players would typically have for solo play in "For Honor." The game was announced a year ago during the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo. Ubisoft was thrilled to announce the development of their latest hack and slash video game.

"For Honor" has three factions to keep players entertained. Players can opt to play as Knights, Vikings or Samurais. According to Game N Guide, the game is playable in both multiplayer and single-player campaign. Of course, multiplayer mode offers a complex gaming experience.  What is surprising, though, is that single-player mode is already satisfying enough for players. 

Due to the huge success of the alpha and beta testers, the game has become a candidate for global success. As a result, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemot has shared his insight on the massive positive feedback for "For Honor." The company also noticed a huge increase in the registrations for the Beta. 

According to JBH News, the producers of the game apparently dropped one of the "Key features" they advertised for "For Honor" in the past. They opted to get rid of the split-screen feature. The good news is that the beta and alpha testers found that this decision did not significantly affect gameplay. 

Players definitely have a lot to look forward to with the upcoming game, the single-player mode is already promising enough, while the multiplayer mode has three types to keep the masses entertained. The three types are Dominion, Duel, and Brawl. Dominion battle mode will require the teams to score  a thousand points to win.

Points are earned by killing off enemies and stop the other team from spawning. The match ends once the last hero falls. Duel and Brawl mode are both three-round fights in an arena. Duel is 1v1 while Brawl is 2v2.

Unlike Dominion battle mode, there are no respawns in these game modes. This candidate for global success game will be released on February 14, 2017. Stay tuned to Jobs & Hire for more "For Honor" updates.

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