New modes and warriors join the epic crusade
Ubisoft has launched Marching Fire, a major update to online multiplayer battle title For Honor, bringing a glut of new content, characters, modes and balance tweaks to the sword-clashing title.
Marching Fire mixes both paid and free content in an attempt to reignite the flame within the community, much like how Operation: Health turned around the fortunes of Ubisoft’s multiplayer success story Rainbow Six Siege. Marching Fire includes an entirely new faction, The Wu-Lin, which brings with it four new characters to master.
New modes include Arcade Mode, allowing players to get to grip with the mechanics in PvE scenarios and challenges. The 4v4 Breach Mode, which sees teams of attacking and defending players respectively attempt to conquer or protect a point on the battlefield. From a technical standpoint, For Honor’s engine has had a graphical overhaul, whilst tweaks and adjustments have been made to the game’s balance.
If there was ever the opportunity to leap in battle with the warriors and dynasties of legend, now is as good a time as any. For Honor: Marching Fire is available now on PS4, PC and Xbox One.