For Honor is an action-fighting game (similar with action-adventure games but with a slightly more violence) set during a medieval period inspired fantasy setting. The game allows its users to play the roles of historical forms of soldiers and warriors within a medieval setting, from three different factions, namely The Iron Legion Knights, The Chosen Samurai, and The Warborn Vikings.
The control of the character is from a third-person perspective.
Here is the trailer
Now, that you have an idea about this game, here is the good news. Ubisoft announced that For Honor will be free to play from May 3 to May 6 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Players will have full access to the campaign, all multiplayer modes, the new training mode, and the entire original roster of 12 heroes.
If you’re a new player, the free weekend is the perfect opportunity to try out For Honor and experience more than a year’s worth of updates and free content all at once. Experienced players have reason to celebrate the free weekend as well, with the return of the Warrior Training Program. The initiative will reward existing players who group up with free weekend players for five matches together with two weeks of Champion Status, a perk which usually costs 8,000 steel that boosts your XP, loot, and salvage gains following each match.
And a second (good, I might say) news is that free weekend players who purchase For Honor digitally before May 15 on PS4 and Xbox One can do so at discounts of up to 67% off on PS4 and Xbox One, and up to 75% off on PC.
Free weekend trailer
Have fun, Playstation fans!