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In For Honor, it's hard to tell you're fighting a lady until one of you is dead. Helmets and armour are so thick and so full that pausing mid-battle long enough to discern gender clues will probably get you stabbed. Padded leather, full plate, head gear, masks and mud-soaked boots, in the style of medieval warriors, make gender an accessory to combat prowess.


Ubisoft advertised For Honor, released this week, as a game about skewering enemies with medieval weaponry. Man, did they bury the lede on this one. A few days in, I've discovered what For Honor really is, and it is undoubtedly a game about pushing people off ledges and laughing.


System specifications! OK, not the most exciting topic, but it's always good to have a bit of an upgrade heads-up before a major release comes out. If Ghost Recon: Wildlands has been on your radar, well, you now have all the info you need to decide if a trip to your local computer shop is warranted.