For Honor Gets Collector’s Edition Exclusive to GameStop

For Honor Gets Collector’s Edition Exclusive to GameStop

GameStop Collector’s Edition are increasingly becoming more common, for example recently it was announced that Resident Evil 7 was receiving one. That being said, the latest game to buddy up with GameStop is Ubisoft’s new IP For Honor, which is specifically being developed by Ubisoft Montreal.

Dubbed the For Honor Apollyon Edition, the Collector’s Edition runs at $219.99 USD. First and foremost, it comes with a copy of the For Honor Gold Edition, which contains the base game, and a Season Pass subscription. It also comes packing all the content included in the Deluxe Edition, featuring exclusive customization items, a special execution effect fir all heroes, and more.

It also — and perhaps most notably — includes a 14″ Apollyon Statue, which is said to be a highly detailed stature that features a faithful reproduction of Apollyon, who is For Honor’s main Warlord. Don’t like Apollyon? Well you better: because it also comes with an Exclusive Apollyon Lithograph

An exclusive “Origins Note” is packed in as well. A description of this item reads: “Go deeper into the battlefields of For Honor as you uncover Apollyon’s previously untold origins. What secrets lie in the past of the Blackstone Legion’s mysterious leader?”

Lastly, the Collector’s Edition features the “Premium Collector’s Edition Packaging,” aka a fancy box.


For those that don’t know: For Honor is a brand new IP from Ubisoft and is a fast-paced and immersive experience mixing skill with visceral, “never-before-seen” melee combat. In the game you enter the chaos of a raging war and play as one of the three greatest warrior legacies: Knight, Viking, or Samurai. But pick wisely, because whatever two factions you don’t pick, you will meet out on the battlefield.

For Honor offers a single player campaign, but the focus appears to be the game’s multiplayer. It also supports 2-player Co-Op split-screen.

For Honor is slated to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on February 14th, 2017.

In other related news, DualShockers recently sat down with creative director Jason VandenBerghe for an interview, as well published our hands-on preview of the game.