Published: Wed, August 09, 2017
Technology | By Ramiro Moody

You Can Check Out For Honor for Free on PS4 This Weekend

You Can Check Out For Honor for Free on PS4 This Weekend

Ubisoft has announced that For Honor will be free to play this weekend. Currently, no exact times have been specified for exactly when the free weekend will start and end, but you can start pre-loading the game as of August 8 at 00:00 EST.

For Honor's newest update is slated to arrive next week, but before then, Ubisoft is giving players a chance to try the action game out at no cost. The demo will go live in the 12 AM PDT on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

"The highly anticipated #season 3 of "#For Honor" is set to be released next week and ahead of its launch, Ubisoft has made a decision to hold a #free weekend for those who haven't gotten a taste of the game just yet.

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The free trial begins Thursday, August 10, though PS4 and Uplay users will be able to pre-load the title beginning August 7. While the PC players will be able to play the game for free on 10 alongside console players, the PC free weekend will end early on 13 August at 9pm. Those who will participate in the free weekend would also be glad to know that they'll be free to explore all the multiplayer maps available in the game, as well as the full single-player or online co-op.

It's been a few days since Ubisoft released the trial version of Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and now they're doing the same for the other very popular game they launched this spring, melee combat brawler For Honor.

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