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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:59pm 23/02/17 | 0 Comments
When you take a moment to stop and think about it, trying to walk around in all that medieval armour is kind of a ridiculous proposition. Especially when it's not that great a defense against, you know, swords. But, it does look cool. And For Honor understands the appeal of (real) old-school fighting as it gives players the option to suit up as either a Knight, Viking or Samurai warrior. So then, is it any good? Well, read on to find out.

From our review.
Its longevity will come down to well For Honor can retain its audience. The War of Factions stuff sounds great, but feels lacking in its overall presentation. But there are memorable flashes of brilliance when playing the multiplayer modes, and you come up against another player. And through sheer skill and understanding of the combat, you’re able to gain the upper hand in a heated and intense exchange of metal. And then, put the exclamation point on the outcome with a suitably violent execution. Also, sneaking up on someone to quickly take them out before they can react. Or simply, respecting the Warrior Code and watching two other players duel against the backdrop of AI skirmishes, rain, and all manner of dirt, stone, and fire.

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