The upcoming hack-and-slash videogame called "For Honor" is one of the most anticipated titles to hit the retail stores on February 14, 2017. While this game is designed to optimize multiplayer duels, the videogame producer Stephane Cardin clarified that "For Honor" will not exclude single player options.
Contrary to Popular Belief
Recalling the interview Cardin responded in January of 2016, it was keen that the developers are determined to face speculations that may highlight its potential weakness. An article published by WCCF Tech quoted him saying, "We said that we will have a solo campaign, and I can promise you that we will have a solo campaign. It's one of the key subjects we are working on, on the floor."
Anyone who seeks to find its critical weaknesses of "For Honor" might have to wait for the game's release. The speculation that the game might require uninterrupted internet connection did not exactly sound very compelling.
As per the report of Game N Guide, "For Honor" was first announced at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo. It has been a year since then and the battery tests it went through paid off. It has been reported that Ubisoft has made key improvements, particularly the removal of the 'split-screen' feature. Fortunately, eliminating this gameplay aspect did not result in any fundamental setbacks.
Three Heroes, One Path, One Destiny
As per the game review feature by Jobs & Hire, "For Honor" contains solo campaigns with protagonists originating in three geographical regions. From Asia, one may unravel the lone journey of a samurai. From Scandinavia, one may also follow the voyage of a Viking raider. Lastly, one may also follow the chronicle of a knight defending his homeland.