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For Honor - a free weekend coming up ahead of Season Four update

Published: 11:33, 03 November 2017
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Season Four in For Honor will start on 14 November. Before the new season rolls around, however, there'll be a For Honor free weekend available on all platforms. The free weekend starts on 09 November.

For Honor's Season Four will start in a couple of weeks. Before the new season kicks off, you'll have a chance to try the game out for free. For Honor will be free starting on 09 November all the way up until 12 November. All platforms included. There's your weekend, folks. 

During the free weekend you'll be given access to all of the game's modes, including its campaign (supports solo and co-op), five multiplayer modes, and full roster of heroes through Season Three. All your progress will carry over into the purchased copy. The usual free weekend discount also applies. This time it's 60 percent off.

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In addition, players who already own For Honor can take part in the Warrior Training Program. It works like this: over the course of the free weekend, you need to group up with at least one player who doesn't own the game yet. If you complete five games together, you'll each earn 5000 Steel.

For Honor's Season Four, named Order & Havoc, kicks off on 14 November. The new season will add a number of new features to the game. New maps are a given, but Order & Havoc will also bring two new heroes: the Aramusha and the Shaman.

  • Aramusha (Samurai Hybrid) – Wielding dual katanas, the Aramusha use their blades for both offense and defense. Navigating the battlefield carefully, they are capable of dodging and attacking quickly. The Aramusha capitalize on the mistakes of their opponents and punish them with a never ending flow of fast attacks in every direction.

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  • Shaman (Viking Assassin) – Equipped with a hatchet and a dagger, Shamans utilize these two different weapons with quick and deadly precision. They are fierce and aggressive warriors who are strongest when on the offensive. Pouncing on their opponents like wild beasts, Shamans become more deadly as their opponents bleed out onto the battlefield.

A 4v4 objective-based Tribute mode will become available as well. The new mode will have the players compete to control three Offerings on a map before bringing them back to a Shrine.

Season Pass owners will get the Aramusha and Shaman on 14 November, while all others will be able to purchase them beginning 21 November for 15,000 Steel each.

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