This February, enter warrior mode. Say hello to For Honor, Ubisoft’s new IP. In this game developed by Ubisoft Montreal studio, you can enter the chaos of war as a bold Knight, brutal Viking or deadly Samurai, three of the greatest warrior legacies. Rest assured, all three factions are deadly. For Honor has a Gold Edition to go with the Standard and Deluxe Edition. Also, the game has a glorious Collector’s Edition. However, it is only available on the publisher’s Uplay Shop.
The contents of this edition come in a black box with golden helmet images of the three factions. A wooden stand with three 1/3-scale full metal faction helmet replicas that sits inside this box is the highlight of this collector’s edition. The Viking with a golden serpent and broken horn is on the left, the Samurai with the fierce moustache and golden fringes is on the right, and the Knight holds down the centre spot with an austere, classic look. Quite an item to add to your collection.
This edition also includes an exclusive lithograph and the game’s soundtrack. nd then there’s the Gold Edition of For Honor, which includes the game, the Season Pass, and the Digital Deluxe Pack with a bunch of in-game goodies to enhance your presence on the battlefield. On top of all that, folks who pre-order For Honor will get the Legacy Battle Pack, which includes three special Hero outfits for the Warden, Raider, and Kensei Heroes.
Having spent a few hours with the game’s beta, we are convinced For Honor is going to be an irresistible game.
The Collector’s Case of For Honor includes:
- For Honor Gold Edition: the base game, the Digital Deluxe Pack from the Deluxe Edition, and the full Season Pass
- An exclusive Collector’s Box
- Three 1/3 scale, full metal warrior helmets on wooden stands representing the Knights, the Vikings and the Samurai
- An exclusive lithography
- The game’s original soundtrack
Anyone who pre-orders the game will receive the Legacy Battle Pack, which includes three hero outfits wearable by the Warden, Raider, and Kensei heroes
Release Date – 14 February 2017