Guide and strategies For Honor
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One of the newest things shown off was the singleplayer campaign, from the Vikings perspective. No matter the campaign you choose, your goal is to fight against an evil warlord named Apollyon. The campaign is very bombastic, and at times a little silly, but the core gameplay that holds it together is solid, and requires a great deal of finesse in order to master.

Combat in the game is no simple button mashing extravaganza. Timing is important, as is reading your enemy so you know when to block, counter, or push your advantage and secure the kill. Each fight will be brutal but thought out, and a single slip up could cost you your life. That's not to say it's unforgiving, but players who take the time to master combat with their character will be rewarded with faster, cleaner kills as they learn to combo together moves and punish their enemies mistakes.

Player characters represent heroes of the battlefield from each faction, with skills and powers far beyond the AI-controlled infantry (most of which can rarely do any lasting damage to a player). Human players are encouraged to engage other humans over the weaker AI foes, as they will change the tide of battle.

For Honor allows players to move freely about, sprint, climb, and even roll - but the most important action is the defensive mode. This allows a player to lock onto single targets, entering a dueling mode that changes control interface. In this mode, a player can choose to position their weapon in one of three sides (left, right, and up).

If a player is readying their weapon at the same angle as an oncoming attack, they will block the blow. Players may adjust their facing and stance with the nudge of a control stick, maneuvering for a position of optimal advantage.

Characters in For Honor are assigned to color-coded teams and participate in large-scale battles alongside and opposed by AI and human characters.

Overarching factions include Knights (The Legions), Vikings (The Warborn) and Samurai (The Chosen), each with their own combat specialties.

Players will be able to choose between both male & female characters, and the game will feature named characters with personalities

For Honor is a game that seems to combine multiple genres, which means it can be difficult to determine the best strategies. We’ve taken the liberty of compiling some of the best combat tips for the For Honor Alpha so you can get a jump on the competition. We’ll cover how to block, tackle, guard break and many of the other top strategies for one vs. one (1v1) combat.

One of the single most important aspects of For Honor combat is the guard break system. You can change your stance all you like, but a skilled opponent will still block all of your attacks. A guard break is the only way to get through an opponent’s guard. On PlayStation this is the Square button. If you tap it twice your character will transition from a guard break to a throw or tackle (which varies depending on the hero).

The Berserker class in For Honor is all about close combat and agility. This Berserker guide will cover everything you need to know about the Berserker class in For Honor, how to win with the Berserker, how to defend against the Berserker, and advanced tactics to keep you ahead of the competition.

in this app you will find :
- For Honor Strategies
- Battles
- For Honor Tips & tricks
- All Combat tips
- For Honor's Conqueror Overview
- And more ...


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Content rating: Everyone

Requires OS: 2.3 and up

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