Head into the weekend with big gaming plans.
Players who haven't had a chance to try out Ubisoft's medieval combat masterpiece can get a bigger-than-a-Costco-sample-sized taste next weekend.
For Honor has changed quite a bit since it first released, which is why Ubisoft is refreshing the game's Training Mode.
For Honor is set to kick off Season 4 next week, but first, there's a matter of a free weekend.
For Honor is adding a new 4v4 mode for the upcoming Season 3 update, which is set to launch later this week.
We have details on when you should expect the new heroes and other content to reach For Honor.
The coming months will see better connectivity accompany new competitive modes and a couple seasons of content.
Expect to see Assassin's Creed Origins, Far Cry 5 and more.
The dev team also goes into plenty of detail on why the changes were made.
Modern design borrows a lot from RPGs, and that means we're going to have to get used to never finding and doing everything.
PlayStation 4 continues to beat Xbox One in monthly sales, topping the charts for the fifth straight month.
Reddit user finds images that match silhouettes and art style from the single-player game, but doesn't give a source for the info.
The hotfix does not affect issues to be addressed in coming gameplay improvements that the developer had previously announced.
For Honor's reputation system ties into its loot-filled scavenger crates. Learn how to boost your rep and get better gear.
Knights, Vikings, and Samurai, oh my! See what we thought of our historically inaccurate time with For Honor.
We show you the best way to play the Kensei hero class, Vanguard of the Samurai.
We take you through the causes and solutions for this common For Honor error.
In our For Honor Lawbringer guide, we'll tell you the Lawbringer moveset and the most efficient way to fight.
It's Vikings vs. Samurai vs. Knights in a bloody battle to the death.
We take you through the first three missions of the single-player Knights Campaign in For Honor.