Win A Copy Of Ubisoft’s ‘For Honor’ On PlayStation 4

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Win A Copy Of Ubisoft's 'For Honor' On PlayStation 4



The sound of steel against steel, your fellow warriors being slain in front of you. Should you turn and run or face the overwhelming odds head on? Do you fight just to win or do you fight For Honor? To celebrate the release of For Honor which hit South African stores on the 14th Feb 2017, Megarom is giving 1 very lucky reader the chance to win the game on PlayStation 4.

For honor Competition

Carve a path of destruction through the battlefield fighting for guts, glory, and survival in For Honor, a new melee action game developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other Ubisoft studios.

Enter the chaos of a raging war as a Knight, Viking, or Samurai, three of the greatest warrior legacies. For Honor is a fast-paced and immersive experience, mixing skill with visceral, never-before-seen melee combat.

For Honor Competition

Choose from 12 Heroes among the three legendary Knight, Viking, and Samurai factions. Battle in visceral action-combat across five multiplayer modes where you’ll fight to control territory or win epic duels against your friends. In the memorable story mode, storm castles, conquer territories, and defend your people against the wrath of the warlord Apollyon solo or in online co-op.

For Honor is available Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2017 on Xbox One, PlayStation®4 system, and Windows PC.

To stand a chance of winning For Honor (on PS4) and the awesome T-Shirt (XL), all you need to do is quote a line from our review (in the comments section below). Please use a working email address.

The Giveaway/Competition closes 10th March 2017.

The Giveaway is restricted to South African readers who like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter or has signed up for our newsletter only and cannot be exchanged for cash. Terms and conditions/Site Disclaimer rules apply. One entry per person. The winner will be announced on Facebook and contacted via email.

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63 Comments on "Win A Copy Of Ubisoft’s ‘For Honor’ On PlayStation 4"

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Marius Nell
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For Honor is a fast-paced and immersive experience, mixing skill with visceral, never-before-seen melee combat.

Kurt Lehner
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player.”

althea allen
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Duels and Brawls have players facing each other in one-on-one combat or teams of two

Johann Smit (@JohannSmit88)
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“Knowing each heroes effective range, speed and abilities can be the difference between life and death.”

Justin
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It’s not difficult to compare For Honor to a fighting game such as Street Fighter as the more time players spend on learning their heroes various combo’s, the better they will fare in combat

Justin willson
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It’s not difficult to compare For Honor to a fighting game such as Street Fighter as the more time players spend on learning their heroes various combo’s, the better they will fare in combat

Kangaman
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player.”

Lyle Arends
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“I died a lot in For Honor.”

RedRum
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“I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player. For Honor‘s battle system rewards those that take the time to learn it’s nuances and punishes those that don’t.”

Terry Ncube
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The Samurai have the Kensei, Shugoki, Orochi, and Nobushi.

Marlon Du Plooy
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“I hope that For Honor is a franchise that Ubisoft will continue to build on for years and years. You have my sword, and my bow, and my axe!”

Brandon Hume
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“Players who spend time playing multiplayer will be rewarded with experience points and equipment.”

Kobus Brits
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“The Chosen (Samurai), The Warborn (Vikings) and The Black Legion (The Knights).”

wessley gombard
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“You have my sword, and my bow, and my axe!”

Mat
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player.”

Oh man, I want this game. Please pick me Random Name Generator!

Shamashen Chetty
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“While I was initially concerned that it wouldn’t be much more than a button smashing fest, the combat system actually works amazingly well.” Need this game so bad and in my life.

Terene Pillay
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When in combat, heroes have three stances available to them: up, left or right. By changing their stance, players can attack from these directions.

Jacques Lee
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Who would win in a battle to the death between a Knight, a Samurai and a Viking?

Brendon Bosch
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“You have my sword, and my bow, and my axe!”

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awesome

Tiyana
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Each hero has a stamina gauge that, once depleted, leaves the player in a weakened state.

Mdyaro
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“Carve a path of destruction through the battlefield fighting for guts, glory, and survival in For Honor, a new melee action game developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other Ubisoft studios.”

seshan vandayar
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ts chaotic nature makes you truly feel like being part of a large-scale battle and good teamwork can lead to a landslide victory.

Clint
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For Honor is a fast-paced and immersive experience, mixing skill with visceral, never-before-seen melee combat.

Marius
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player.”

Aveshin Naidoo
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player.”

Shakeel Timm
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player.”

Marius Alex Annandale
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“Its chaotic nature makes you truly feel like being part of a large-scale battle and good teamwork can lead to a landslide victory”

Earle
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“Carve a path of destruction through the battlefield fighting for guts, glory, and survival in For Honor, a new melee action game developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other Ubisoft studios.”

Jody
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“Hopefully, Ubisoft will sort these issues out in the coming months.”

Andrea
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“Knowing each heroes effective range, speed and abilities can be the difference between life and death.”

Riaz
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“Deciding when to run can be just as important as deciding when to attack “

Charl
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The chaos of large-scale battles and the intimacy of a one-on-one duel are the moments where the game truly excelled.

dwaynewarren
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player. For Honor‘s battle system rewards those that take the time to learn it’s nuances and punishes those that don’t.”

Ridley Van Wyk
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The chaos of large-scale battles and the intimacy of a one-on-one duel are the moments where the game truly excelled.

Kevin King
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“It’s not difficult to compare For Honor to a fighting game such as Street Fighter as the more time players spend on learning their heroes various combo’s, the better they will fare in combat.”

Matthew Moss
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“Far be it from me to think of men less than I just because I have a protective outer skeleton”
– Our Review 1876,

Max
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“The single player campaign, although not groundbreaking, weaves an interesting tale and does an adequate job of teaching players the game’s mechanics.”

Gilbery Roland
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor.”

Kim Petersen (@KimD1Petersen)
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Love this quote: “The sound of steel against steel, your fellow warriors being slain in front of you”

Sayuri
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This mode is probably to most chaotic and sometimes most frustrating

sharon
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The chaos of large-scale battles and the intimacy of a one-on-one duel are the moments where the game truly excelled.

Craig Hayes
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Its chaotic nature makes you truly feel like being part of a large-scale battle and good teamwork can lead to a landslide victory.

Nicolette Nunes
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Knowing each heroes effective range, speed and abilities can be the difference between life and death.

Zeyn
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“I soon realized that it was truly better to sometimes run and live to fight another day.”

Marno
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“I won’t lie, I died a lot in For Honor. But in death, I learned how to become a better player.” – Truly shows the spirit and determination of true ‘For Honor’ players.

Enrico Cottee
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“But in death, I learned how to become a better player.”

Ria
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This mode is probably to most chaotic and sometimes most frustrating

Zach Groenewald (@Zach_Attakk)
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“Deciding when to run can be just as important as deciding when to attack…”

Jason Murphy
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“Deciding when to run can be just as important as deciding when to attack“

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