Chivalry 2 vs For Honor
Chivalry 2 vs For Honor better Game: Chivalry and For Honor have been subject to comparison for some time. But which is better? Chivalry 2 or For Honor? Read out!
The sequel to Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (2012), the game was released on June 8, 2021, for Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X, and Series S.
For Honor is a 2017 action video game developed and published by Ubisoft for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
The game allows players to play the roles of historical forms of soldiers and warriors, including knights, samurai, and Vikings and since October 2018 the Chinese Wu Lin, within a medieval setting, controlled using a third person perspective. The game was developed primarily by Ubisoft Montreal and released worldwide in 2017.
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Which is Better Chivalry 2 or For Honor
For Honor, in our opinion, has a higher skill ceiling, but a much less steep skill curve.
The game revolves around good timing and has no “exploits” of the game’s mechanics like the Rainbow attacks in Chivalry. The added mechanics of combos and chains as well as guard breaks and parries (stamina also plays a huge part,) give you more options of attack and defense that Chivalry lacks.
In a nutshell, it’s Call of Duty simplicity (Chivalry) vs. Rainbow Six complexity (For Honor.) Both are shooters, but the mechanics are vastly different. In this case, Chivalry is more arcade, while For Honor is more tactics-based.
Don’t get me wrong, I love Chivalry, but since I played the Closed Beta, I’m liking For Honor much more. The satisfying sounds, animations, and effects also really help seal the deal.
If you aren’t convinced, try the Open beta as has already been mentioned. It’s free, so there’s really no reason not to have a go at it. And the client is, quite possibly, one of the best-optimized games I’ve played in a long time.