Published: Wed, August 09, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ted Wilson

Free For Honor Weekend Starts August 10th Fro PS Plus Members

Free For Honor Weekend Starts August 10th Fro PS Plus Members

In case you weren't aware of, Ubisoft has recently revealed that For Honor will be getting dedicated servers, and the game will continue to evolve through regular gameplay updates which take into account community feedback. However, PS4 players will need to have a PS Plus subscription in order to try the game, while Xbox One players will likely need an Xbox Live Gold membership.

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Earlier this year Ubisoft launched its new gritty medieval multiplayer game that required you to use your skills with a sword or a spear to dominate your rivals. This weekend, starting August 10, you can try the free demo of the game by visiting the relevant store on your device and downloading it. You'll be able to decide for yourself later this week as Ubisoft holds a free weekend, opening up the campaign and multiplayer modes on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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Besides the free trial, the creators have also announced that For Honor will be available to buy at half the price at the time.

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All content will be available to anyone taking advantage of the free weekend with any progress and achievements being carried over to the main game should you opt to purchase either the standard or Gold edition of For Honor. Do you think this free trial period will get lots of people on board?

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