Season Six of For Honor is titled Hero’s March, and it kicks off May 17th, bringing a new map, seasonal event, and major updates.
In an official blog post, Ubisoft has revealed a couple of big changes to two major characters:
“Hero’s March adds the new Beachhead map for free, letting players battle for its fortress in all multiplayer modes except Tribute. Additionally, the Orochi and Peacekeeper will receive major gameplay reworks, and you’ll find details on these balancing updates on the official For Honor site before Season Six’s launch.”
There are also some changes to the cosmetic side of the game, with the new visual collection feature:
“Hero’s March also includes the Visual Collection, a new feature that lets players track their cosmetic visuals in a menu separate from their inventory, and then apply them to any gear they have, meaning you won’t need to hang on to excess gear just to hang on to its look.”
There is also going to be a new seasonal event in For Honor, but there aren’t any details on that just yet. Ubisoft said more will be revealed “closer to release.”
Also on Thumbsticks
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- Nintendo eShop releases for May 10, 2018
- The Week in Video Games – May 6, 2018
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