For Honor Season 7 Launches Next Month

For Honor Season 7 Launches Next Month

Storm and Fury releases early August, and the game is part of Xbox Games with Gold in August and September.

Ubisoft has today announced that For Honor Season 7 will be launching at the beginning of August. The timing is excellent, as the game is free from August 16-September 15 for Xbox One Gold members.

The full title for Season 7 of For Honor is 'Storm and Fury', and it looks to be bringing about some big changes. Namely, there's a brand new map, ranking system for all players, and some huge Hero reworks. Season 7 launches on August 2.

The brand new map is called Secluded Keep, and you can see two screens of it in different weather just above. You'll be able to play the Tribute, Skirmish, Elimination, Brawl, and Duel modes on the new map.

To welcome in Season 7 of For Honor, all battle outfits will be discounted by 30%. On top of this, the Warden and Valkyrie will be getting "major gameplay updates" to improve their movesets, according to Ubisoft.

On top of all this, the two new divisions of Master and Grand Master will be introduced to the ranking system of For Honor once Season 7 kicks off. New Tournaments will be kicking off every weekend from August, and players will be able to join Ranked Duels outside of Tournaments.

For Honor is just one of the games available as part of Xbox Games with Gold. You can see all the included games in our Xbox Games with Gold guide.

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