If you missed out on the For Honor closed beta last weekend, you will still have a chance to try out Ubisoft’s brutal, melee combat fighter before is releases on the 14th.
The open beta will start on February 9th and end on February 12th. You will be able to play on XB1, PS4, and PC. The beta will have the same modes as the closed beta, Duel, Brawl, and Dominion, but you will also be able to try the new Elimination mode- a best of five series of four on four matches with no respawns. War of Factions will also be continued throughout the beta.
Before the beta starts, Ubisoft’s Twitch stream will host a celebrity livestream featuring Lauren Cohen, Jason Momoa, Alfie Allen, and Demetrious ‘Mighty Mouse” Johnson. They will be showing off the new Elimination mode against some of Twitch’s top streamers. The livestream battle will begin on February 7th at 2pm PST.
The beta will be available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If you have not signed up for the closed beta already, you can do so through the official website. Check out the For Honor closed beta trailer announcement trailer below.
You get one last chance to experience The Division before it drops in March. It will be for free so all you will have to do is download the application on your PC, Xbox One, or PS4 and you’re good. There is a little bit of a catch as the beta will be available on the Xbox One 24 hours before its available on PS4 and PC. If you are on PS4 or PC you will be granted access on Feb. 19th. The open beta will conclude on the 21st.
There will be a new mission added as well as an exclusive reward to claim when the full game launches in March 8th. Check out The Division website for more details.
After much speculation that ZombiU would be ported to other platforms, Ubisoft has made it official with a reveal trailer for Zombi: Pure Horror.
The original Zombi game, ZombiU, came out on the WiiU in 2012 and was met with great praise. Now for people who didn’t by a WiiU or just passed on this game, will be able to experience Zombi on other platforms.
Zombi: Pure Horror will release digitally on August 18th 2015. Check out the trailer for a brief look at the gameplay below.