For Honor - Free Starter Edition available until June 18

For Honor

For Honor has gone through some ups and downs in development so far, but the last major updates have given the game an almost new feel and attracted loads of new players. Further improvements are planned and the newly announced “Marching Fire” update will bring a fourth faction and an additional 4 heroes. Plus new PvP and PvE game modes.


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For Honor - Test the new features for free

All of this should appear in October 2018. The offer from Ubisoft for the E3 fair is much more current. Because at the moment the publisher is giving them away Starter Edition by For Honor. Those who register by June 18th can secure their free game on Uplay. Even after the promotion has expired, if the starter edition is chargeable, it will remain with you and continue to be free of charge.

So if you have the slightest interest in the action game, you should go for it.

The Starter Edition of For Honor offers the complete game, only the unlocking of further heroes from other factions is different. You have to unlock this with the in-game currency steel. The 3 heroes of the raiding party class Looters, Guardians and Kensei + 3 other heroes are already unlocked.

The ideal opportunity to see how far For Honor has developed in the meantime.

If you like the game, you can currently get discounts (up to 70%) on the PC and console version.

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