#8: “For Honor” (2017)
For Honor Multiplayer diversions are extremely popular nowadays. Ubisoft needed to zest things up with this title, which pits three diverse verifiable warring groups against each other (being knights, Vikings and samurai particularly) in a hard and fast hack ‘n’ cut fight royale! With such a promising reason and substantial nearness at two E3’s in succession, its really confounding how this neglected to make a greater sprinkle when it in the long run propelled.
The amusement’s surveys were sufficiently strong and the individuals who play it do express that it is an exceptionally fun diversion, yet its trouble in finding a crowd of people is potentially credited to being in a multiplayer showcase effectively overwhelmed with yer’ Battlefields and Call of Duty’s.
For Honor is a video game developed and published by Ubisoft for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game allows players to play the roles of historical forms of soldiers and warriors, including knights, samurai, and vikings within a medieval setting, controlled using a third-person perspective.
Announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2015, the game was developed primarily by Ubisoft’s studio in Montreal, and released worldwide on February 14, 2017. Reception of the game was generally positive, with criticism mostly directed at the multiplayer matchmaking and the many technical issues regarding it. The game has also been criticized for excessive microtransactions