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'For Honor' News & Update: Ubisoft Releases Trailer Featuring New Heroes, Tactical Game Mode

Update Date: Jan 07, 2017 08:17 PM EST

There's only a little over a month to go before Ubisoft's latest hack and slash game titled "For Honor" hits retailers. Pre-order is already ongoing now, and gamers are given a taste of what's to come on February 14. The latest news surrounding the upcoming game is that Ubisoft releases trailer featuring new heroes and tactical game mode.

The news is reported by Xbox Achievements, which indicates that Ubisoft has taken to their official blog to talk about the three new heroes in "For Honor." When the game launches in February, gamers should expect three additions to the heroes roster.

These "For Honor" additions are the Shugoki, which is a type of Samurai who is armed with a huge spiked club. The Warlord is a type of Viking who is armed with a heavy shield. Meanwhile, the Peacekeeper is a type of Knight who is also an agile fighter.

As Ubisoft releases trailer featuring new heroes and tactical game mode, gamers can get a glimpse of the latter, called "Elimination." This new game mode restricts respawns, so gamers have to depend on their teammates for revival. PC Gamer reports that teammate is crucial in "Elimination," so gamers must always keep an eye out for their fallen brothers. Of course, this will challenge gamers in the eat of the battle, as they will be faced with the choice to help out a friend or continue fighting.

Ubisoft will be holding a closed beta this month, and gamers who are interested may log on to to register. In the meantime, check out the trailer featuring new heroes and tactical game mode called "Elimination" below. Make sure to bookmark this page to keep with the latest on Ubisoft's "For Honor."

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