For Honor Gets A Collector’s Case That Shows Each Faction Perfectly

For Honor — Collector's Box

The collector’s edition for For Honor has been shown off to us all and we get a good look at For Honor’s different factions in trailer form

In the recent year I’ll admit we really haven’t seen many great looking collector’s editions for game but as it looks now, For Honor is about to take the cake and eat it to. I’m not sure if that is a great phase but I am using it none the less as Ubisoft is giving us one of the best options to pick up the game with and I’m sure you’ll agree. Mainly as the collector’s edition of For Honor happens to come with replicas of the helmets for each of the factions we’ll be playing in the game. That and a few other things but of course that is where all of the focus here is going to be.

Of course there are the usual other items coming with the For Honor collector’s edition like the game’s soundtrack and season pass of DLC. Nothing too over the top as the helms but worth noting and all for the low price of $129.99 USD. There is still plenty of time to figure out if you want to pre-order and pick up as the game is still a ways out from launch with a February 14th release date still being what is listed. Have a look at it all and figure out if you want it just below. The helmets alone should make it worth the price out of the gate.

For Honor — Collector's Box

For Honor — Collector’s Box

  • For Honor Gold Edition: the base game, the Digital Deluxe Pack from the Deluxe Edition, and the full Season Pass
  • An exclusive Collector’s Box
  • Three 1/3 scale, full metal warrior helmets on wooden stands representing the Knights, the Vikings and the Samurai
  • An exclusive lithography
  • The game’s original soundtrack
  • Season Pass
    • 1 Execution Mood Effect
    • 3 Helmet Crests
    • Boost Package
    • Exclusive Emblem

In addition to getting to see the new collector’s case for For Honor we also have a nice little trailer that shows off each of the factions we’ll be fighting for or against in the final game. There is a bit more gameplay involved here, as it should be, and some amazing looking fights to be had. Of course this is just how the trailer is cut and there is no word on if we’ll be able to recreate it exactly the same way when the game launches. I guess we’ll have to wait and see. Hopefully so.

For Honor — Viking, Samurai, And Knight Factions

What do you think about For Honor‘s collector’s case here? Do you think that it is the right price for what we will be getting physically and digitally? Which faction do you think you’ll be more in line to play or will Ubisoft force us to play as each in the campaign mode of the game? Let us know and feel free to discuss in the comments below. For all things For Honor be sure to stick around right here as we’ll keep bringing more on the game as it is released and we still have a way to go to launch.

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