is shaping up to be an interesting title. Ubisoft's medieval competitive melee will pit samurai, vikings, and knights against each other in bloody and visceral struggle for victory. What's more, we have confirmation now that For Honor will also have a full single-player campaign.
Producer Stephane Cardin recently showed up in a video interview onin which he expressed pride in his teams accomplishments in 2015, his expectations for 2016, and also the confirmation of single-player in the game. There's definitely an emphasis on multiplayer, but Cardin emphasized that a solo-campaign was a key focus at this time.
For Honor is a non-fantasy medieval game. Players won't find sorcery with their swords in this one. Anyone who is familiar with games like will easily understand the empasis on using realistic period sharp and blunt weapons to block and open your opponents up to devastating attacks. So far only the samurai and knight factions will be shown, but Cardin promised that vikings would be showing up very soon.
For Honor does not have a release date at this time, but the game is slated for release sometime in 2016.