Just a few days back, For Honor dataminers were able to acquire information about the new art for the Ninja and the Centurion. The two are among the newest classes to arrive to the game, though no exact release date has been revealed yet. Now, the dataminers have once again stirred the interest of many, as a new set of images showcase what appears to be the ranked mode icons, tournament loot qualities and many more.
According to PVP Live, Ubisoft had since wanted to fix all major issues concerning the servers of For Honor. This already includes any known infrastructure problems that the majority of the players have been complaining about. Interestingly, as soon as these are fixed, they plan to release a couple of ranked game modes; and with the recent updates, it seems the studio is getting closer.
The aforementioned images posted by a Reddit user display the different ranked tiers in For Honor. These are Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Gold and Master. It is worth noting, however, that these all came from the datamined information. Therefore, unless the video game company confirms them, they will remain unofficial. Of course, there is no way of knowing -- as of now -- as to how these skill ratings work respectively.
Apart from the ranked tiers, the For Honor dataminers also suggest that tournaments will be arriving to the game very soon. The image somehow projects the idea on what certain loot qualities each tournament will offer. The emblems, in particular, is believed to refer to the placing of the players whereas the numbers might simply mean the amount of scavenger crates received.
The most interesting part of these datamined For Honor details are the Ninja and the Centurion Skills. If the previous image showcases the art or form of the characters, this time it hints their respective skills sets. Obviously, they are all new, so there's no way of know what exactly these skills will be.
In related For Honor news, VG247 reports that the highly anticipated patch 1.05 is already out on the console version of the game. Players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will experience the good number of balance tweaks Ubisoft did. It should be noted that this patch has already made its way to the PC platform, exactly two weeks ago.