For Honor will have solo campaign for single-soldiering slaughter, confirm Ubisoft


Ubisoft’s latest big name, For Honor, was announced at E3 2015 and dazzled with its gorgeous blood-covered, chainmail-breaking, medieval English battlegrounds that played host to some ruthless 4v4 melee murder. What confused, on the other hand, was why, and perhaps how, these arenas were filled with knights, vikings and samurais all at once. That remains to be seen, but in the meantime Ubisoft have confirmed For Honor will have a single-player campaign. 

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For Honor’s recent closed alpha feedback showed that the majority of its players took to its systems and mechanics rather well, and that three quarters of them felt they improved as they went while fighting in the game’s massive area conquering, 4v4 – with supporting AI – bouts.

While the results didn’t shed much light on what didn’t sit quite as well with testers, Ubisoft received many questions about the game’s solo campaign. “We said that we will have a single campaign,” says For Honor’s producer Stephane Cardin in an official recap video, featured below. “And I can promise you that we will have a solo campaign. It’s one of the key subjects we’re working on on the floor. I can’t wait to show stuff to you guys and we’ll do it as early as possible like we did with the multiplayer.”

Here’s the “producer highlights” in full:

As yet, For Honor is without a release date but head this-a-way to recap with its E3 release trailer.