"With For Honor Ubisoft has delivered one of the most memorable and intense online experiences in recent memory."
The game is in its seventh year.
It starts today, and is bringing the horror game's Trapper to the action title.
A few titles are also leaving the service in mid-June.
We've heard that two heroes will also be making their way to the game in 2021.
The axe-wielding hero is the 29th playable character in the game.
It will run at 4K on PS5 and Xbox Series X, but only at 1080p on Series S.
Well, at least we'll see the Persian Prince in one of Ubisoft's live titles...
Ubisoft's For Honor gets updated with its fourth year's first season, titled 'Hope', on February 6.
This is now active, including a limited-time mode that sees you protect the Emperor as he flees the Blackstone Legion.
For Honor is entering Year 3 Season 4, the title of this update is called Sun Da, and it is just around the corner. This time players will be able to to recruit a new...
See how the new map in Ubisoft's game is designed and laid out ahead of release later this week.
Hulda will usher in the new warrior in August, as well as hero updates for existing characters in the game.
The time-limited themed event has already launched and runs until June 27, so grab it while it's hot.
Ubisoft's fighting game has grown a lot in the last six months, and people ask why we haven't heard about a sequel yet...
Earn exclusive cosmetic items and play in the new Battle of Attrition mode that puts a spin on the Dominion gameplay.