In For Honor, each character or hero has several versions of executions, and the more you upgrade, you can unlock more finishing moves. In this guide, we will show you everything there is to know about the executions in For Honor.

At the end of a fight you often have the chance to give your opponent the rest. Not only does it look cool, but it also strengthens your drawn body. However, in the hustle and bustle of the fight, if you not press the corresponding button fast enough, then you might lose the visual and practical impression.

For Honor: All Executions And Their Advantages

If you have escaped one of the heroes in For Honor, you can unlock more normal executions. You can then use the appropriate buttons in the menu to select your favorites. An execution can only be initiated if you end a battle with a heavy attack (R2 / RT). Slight blows apparently are not enough to make heads roll. When you execute an execution, you can heal your heroes and seek a new sacrifice directly.

Executions are copious, and one is surprised how cleanly a skull can cut off when the conqueror strikes. If you have a delicate mind, you probably will not play For Honor. In this video of IGN you can see all the executions so far:




Several executions have now been integrated into the game. So if you've already unlocked all the Finisher of your favorite, you can now look forward to new animations. These are, for the most part, even more brutal, and in the case of the Shugoki, the death of the opponent even gets a slapstick character. Whether this form of humor is appropriate in such situations is left to each player himself. In the following youtube video, all new movements are summarized:


We remain anxious to see how many different executions are still going to For Honor. Perhaps they are a good motivation to balance the falling player numbers and to bridge the time until the new characters are added to the battlefield. What are your favorites among the new moves? Let us know your opinion in the comments.

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