For Honor Marching Fire Introduces Four Warriors from Ancient China

For Honor Marching Fire Introduces Four Warriors from Ancient China

A new PvP mode will also let you siege castles.

For Honor is going to China with its upcoming expansion pack "Marching Fire" which will be available on October 16 for available platforms. Four new warriors from China and a new PvP mode called Breach.

For Honor Marching Fire introduces four new warriors from ancient China. A bo staff wielder, a dual swordswoman, a lancer, and an armored swordsman. You can see all four of the new warriors in action in Ubisoft's new Marching Fire cinematic trailer.

The new PvP mode Breach will also be available on October 16. The mode is a 4v4 competitive mode where one team of players siege and conquer their enemy's castle. It appears to be trying to re-create ancient siege warfare which defined medieval combat. A gameplay trailer for Breach is available below as well.

Also, for this week For Honor Starter Edition will be available for free on PC only. Players who redeem For Honor will be able to keep the game for free.

For more on Ubisoft's E3 2018 announcements check out our E3 2018 guide for the full details and news.

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