For Honor gets new training modes on Xbox One and PC tomorrow
For Honor is about to become much more accessible.
Today, Ubisoft announced that For Honor will get a new training mode as part of a free update available tomorrow, April 19, 2018, on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. The new training mode features additional ways for new and veteran players to perfect their skills and go from an "Apprentice" to a "Master".
The "Apprentice Trials" and "Warriors Trials" help newcomers get acquainted with the controls, and learn basic as well as more advanced techniques. A grading system will give gamers the opportunity to replay and measure their improvement. Furthermore, the "Training Arena" will give advanced players a challenge by letting them practice against specific enemies or moves.
However, let's say that you can't figure out how to execute the move. Fear not, because the update will also introduce "Training Media". Training Media is an in-game library of video tutorials which showcase everything from combat to "Faction Wars".
For Honor was developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other studios. The game is a third-person brawler which features a campaign and various multiplayer modes. Players play as a member of three factions – the Knights, the Vikings, or the Samurai – fighting to the death on intense melee battlefields. For Honor's combat system requires skill because you must carefully balance striking with defending.
If you haven't played the game, be sure to check it as it also features Xbox One X support.
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Shouldn't they have included this with the game when it launched?
They included a basic tutorial which wasn't that good and very confusing.
If they end up turning this game around, I will buy every online Ubisoft game from now on. After seeing Seige and The Division turn around, they may be miracle workers.
agree with that