The upcoming For Honor beta is scheduled to start on February 9. But right now you can preload it. According to VideoGamer.com reports that preloading is now available and that the client is around 27GB. It means, For Honor is gearing up for launch but, before that day comes, the game will be put through its places one final time in the form of an open beta.
This is a pretty brilliant plan, giving people a chance to try out the game right before launch and increasing the chances they’ll want to take it when it launches just 48 hours later.
The For honor beta coming into four modes: Elimination, Dominion, Brawl, and Duel. There are nine heroes in the For Honor beta. The full For Honor Game contains 12 heroes and five modes, so beta players are getting to try a good chunk of the complete game’s content. The For Honor beta is being held on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
On Feb. 14, The For Honor game being available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
As declared, this is an open beta, so everyone can Play this game in a beta version. Before this, a Closed beta ran January 26-29. The Full version of game launches on February 14.
So, How do you download the For Honor Beta?
Ubisoft is allowing People to download the For Honor beta. Indeed, VG24/7 points out that right now you can get your hands on the beta, which should be plenty of time to get it downloaded before going live on Feb.9.
If you are playing game on PC, you’ll want to boot up Uplay and go to the “Free Games” list. Then where you’ll find the open beta. Just click on it and start the Download. If Steam is your preferred service, then just you’ll need to go to the “Play Now” tab, find the beta and get to downloading.
Either the Playing the Game on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, simply go to your consoles respective marketplace, then search for the beta and hit that download button. No matter which way you follow the beta clocks in at just about 19GB in Size.
What to do if you have an earlier beta of the For Honor?
If you have in an earlier version of the For Honor beta, then it’s easy to get things. That is, of cource, assuming you kept the client. If that’s the case, then just boot it up and an automatic download of “Update 1.03” should begin. If it doesn’t work the first time, just exit the client and jump back in. The download should starts on automatically.
If you have in an earlier beta and have since deleted the client, you can still get in on the action. On Uplay, the new client should be in your library and ready for a click/download.
On the Xbox One, you’ll need to go to the “Ready to Install” tab and select the beta client from there.
Same as on the PS4 just go to your Library and re-download the closed beta app. One you boot it up, the update should begin.