For Honor is an action brawler from Ubisoft

  • PlayStation Plus subscribers will get their hands on For Honor and Hitman: The Complete First Season starting 05 February 2019. Sony are also increasing cloud storage for all subscribers which will now enjoy 100GB of space instead of 10GB.Sony have announced a full list of games which are getting introduced to the PlayStation Plus offer in February 2019. The biggest names are certainly Ubisoft's melee action For Honor and Square Enix's Hitman: Season 1. These two titles will be available from 05 February to 05 March 2019.

    This month’s PS3 and PS Vita games will be available for a few extra days, until 8th March, 2019. PS4 games will be available until 5th March, 2019, when the next monthly games line up hits. As a reminder, after 8th March 2019, PS3 and PS Vita games will no longer be offered as part of the PS Plus monthly games line up – so be sure to download them while they’re available.

    Sony has announced the games PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive in February, along with a major bump in cloud storage space for members. Sony has announced the games PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive in February, and there’s even more good news: your cloud storage space will be upped to 100GB from 10GB. Rad. Best and Cheapest For Honor Steel Credits For Sale - Mmocs.com.

    Those logging into For Honor today, however, can enjoy the first round of promised additions to the game, including hero reworks for the Shoguki, Warlord, and Peacekeeper, a new map - known as Harbor, and featuring a port town on the shores of Lake Eitrivatnen - plus the Black Prior, a new "heavy" hero, armed with a giant kite shield and longsword.

    All things considered, For Honor still maintains a very dedicated community over two years from the game’s initial launch. We saw a recent crossover event, where Ubsioft added in assassin’s from the Assassin’s Creed series. Additionally, if you haven’t picked up the game now is the perfect time to — For Honor is February’s PS4 free game for PlayStation Plus. Just be aware that there are many people who have perfected the art of combat.

    Keep in mind that PlayStation 3 and PS Vita support for PlayStation Plus is scheduled to come to an end soon. Last year, Sony announced that it will be dropping PS Plus for both platforms on March 8, 2019, so there’s just a couple of months to go before these free games go away for good. PS3 and Vita owners who stay subscribed to PS Plus will still be able to access all of the games they downloaded through the service, but once Sony pulls those systems out of the rotation, there’ll certainly be less reason to stay subscribed.