For Honor can be a complex game for most people when they first start playing. There are many things to know about the combat, multiplayer, and much more. It can be easy to miss important things you should do when you begin playing, so we’ve provided a helpful list of Things to Do First in For Honor.
EditComplete Both the Basic and Advanced Tutorials
The absolute first thing you MUST DO when you begin playing For Honor is the Tutorial. This is vital to understanding the combat of the game, but also getting accustomed to the control scheme and movement of your Hero. This may sound simple enough, yet this is something that many will find incredibly helpful when faced with how complex the game can be.
If you don’t take the time to go through the tutorial, you will be overwhelmed with all of the mechanics the game gives you during an online match and Story Mode missions. Story Mode has a tutorial as well that gives the same information as the tutorials in the main menu, but there is one key difference between the two.
Also, completing the tutorials will reward you with a ridiculous amount of Steel–a total of 3,500! This is enough to unlock nearly every hero, allowing you to equip them with better armor and weapons. It takes a lot of time to cumulate that much Steel normally, so definitely take advantage of this quick and easy way to start off strong.
After you have the basics down from the tutorials, you should consider trying out different Heroes in Duel Practice, under the How to Play section. Fighting a Bot Lvl: 0 lets you get the timing down for different combos. Once you find a Hero you vibe with, increase the difficulty and try your hand against an opponent that fights back.
It’s a great chance to get into the flow of combat and really learn the ins and outs of a character before you play for real.
Once you have finished the tutorials, don’t be so in a rush to jump online. You need to put what you learned into practie at your own pace. The Story Mode is the best way to apply everything from the Tutorial into real combat. There are a total of 18 missions, 6 missions per Faction, that are in the Story Mode of For Honor.
Playing Story Mode on either Easy or Normal will give you a chance to get use to the mechanics of the game against enemies, but without being worried about a punishing difficulty. Higher difficulties will have more aggressive and clever A.I. enemies, which is something you won’t be prepared for at first. Starting on low difficulty settings and gradually moving upward is the best way to go about it when learning how to play For Honor.
Completing both the Basic and Advanced Tutorials will give you a bonus of Steel that you can spend on unlocking Heroes for multiplayer. You can gain 3000 steel by finishing the tutorials, which is enough to unlock at least four different Heroes.
While you don’t need to Recruit Heroes in order to play with them online, you do need to have them recruited to equip them with better gear. Each match that you play will give you Multiplayer XP and occasionally a piece of weapon or armor gear at the match end results.
Once you’re ready to play multiplayer, make sure to equip your Daily Orders and Contract Orders under the Orders tab. You can gain up to 1500 experience points or more, plus an average of 100 to 300 Steel every time you complete these while playing online or against A.I. Bots.
It might be a good idea to focus on completing Orders as soon as possible for a boost in XP and Steel. Once you reach Reputation 1, you start getting better gear, which will give you a greater advantage game types like Dominion, so getting to this milestone as fast as possible is incredibly beneficial.
Here’s an extra tip: Sometimes there are Orders which require you to perform honorable elimininations. These are achieved by performing an execution!
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