For Honor's Marching Fire update brings the Chinese Wu Lin faction



Along with the starter edition being free on PC, For Honor is going to get a new update soon. Titled Marching Fire, this will bring graphical overhauls and some new modes, but the biggest addition has to be the Chinese Wu Lin faction. Along with just looking incredible, it also features a soldier that looks suspiciously like Guan Yu. I’m sold on that, alone.

Marching Fire will bring four new playable characters; the Tiandi, the Jiang Jun, the Nuxia and the Shaolin. Each has fled their home country to escape the incoming cataclysm that is swallowing up the land (probably that dragon in the trailer). This will likely be the focus of the new single-player addition, which wasn’t given much information at the conference.

A new PvE mode with two-player co-op is coming to the game (as paid DLC) along with castle siege battles and a 4v4 Breach mode. This is being touted as the biggest update to For Honor yet. For Honor: Marching Fire will be available on October 16, 2018, for all platforms.

the Tiandi, the Jiang Jun, the Nuxia, and the Shaolin