For Honor on Xbox One (X1)

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  • Genre: Hack and slash/Beat 'em up
  • Platforms: PC,Xbox One,PlayStation 4
  • Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Studios
  • Publisher: Ubisoft Entertainment
  • Ratings: PEGI 18, ESRB M
  • First Release (Any platform): Feb 13, 2017

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Tutorial Steel Hints

If you do both the Basic and Advanced tutorials, you will get 3500 steel, enough to unlock several classes and/or other benefits.

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Dark Souls reference Easter Eggs

In the swamp section of the samurai campaign, there is a sword stuck into the ground in such a way as to resemble the unlit bonfires from the Dark Souls series.

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Arrow in the Knee Easter Eggs

In the samurai campaign, one of your allies is shot in the knee with an arrow. Her response is to express her hope that she can keep adventuring despite this injury, a reference to the “arrow in the knee” line (and meme) from Skyrim.

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Find All Collectibles Guides

There are 235 collectibles in For Honor, divided across the three campaigns. 144 are “observable” collectibles, which means they are items you can interact with to hear a piece of lore. The remaining 91 collectibles are “breakables,” which you must destroy. If you get a collectible, it is saved as part of your progress even if you die before reaching the next checkpoint. None are missable, and you can view your collectible count from the mission selection screen.

Follow the video guides below to find all of the collectibles in each of the three campaigns (Knights, Samurai, and Vikings).


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