There is currently only a few full For Honor Reviews to be found online, with most of the major websites waiting longer to give their final verdict.
This is due to the game being unavailable to review ahead of its release date, a move made by Ubisoft due to the massive important of online gameplay.
Attack of the Fan Boy have provided the first look at For Honor following both closed and open beta earlier this year.
Giving its For Honor review a 4.5/5, here’s what the site had to say about the game single-player campaign: “For Honor is heavily focused on the multiplayer components, but it has a surprisingly strong single player campaign.
“The story is kind of a confusing mess, presenting you with a world that saw some sort of calamity a thousand years ago. This caused the globe to become embroiled in conflict for that thousand years, with peace only becoming a reality in the last few years.
“The three groups in these conflicts are the ones you choose from in multiplayer: knights, vikings, and samurai. Why they’re in the same region? Who knows.
“What we do know is that a new warlord named Apollyon is trying to bring back the wars that just now ended. You play as alternating characters, with a specific chapter for each faction.
“You’ll work for and against Apollyon, trying to figure out what is happening in this world, and maybe how to avoid plunging the globe back into endless combat.”
Ubisoft recently revealed the full day one patch notes from For Honor first official update:
- All countries around the Mediterranean Sea are now part of the European continent
- Collisions improvements and fixes
- Improved animations