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For Honor closed alpha kicking off this week with six playable heroes

Ubisoft has revealed the closed alpha details for For Honor, coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC on September 15.

The short alpha will contain six playable heroes alongside three unique maps and game modes. It will run from September 15-18.

“The closed alpha will test a work-in-progress slice of the multiplayer content with a limited number of players in order to generate feedback and assess for stability. During this test, players will get their chance to embody skilled and deadly elite warriors from the Knight, Viking and Samurai factions,” explained Ubisoft in a press release.

“The Closed Alpha will feature four previously showcased Heroes including the Kensei, Orochi, Warden and Raider, plus two brand-new warriors, Conqueror and Berserker. Each Hero is equipped with a unique set of skills, weapons, armour and fighting styles, as well as a wide library of customisation options.”

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In addition to a range of playable classes and game modes, the closed alpha will give players a small glimpse at For Honor’s progression system.

Some of the multiplayer modes available in the closed alpha include Duel (1v1), Brawl (2v2) and Dominion (4v4).

For Honor is launching for PS4, Xbox One and PC on February 14, 2017. You can sign up for the closed alpha here.

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