The two highly anticipated heroes are finally confirmed to arrive to For Honor soon. To make things a little bit interesting, Ubisoft has unleashed a couple of teasers. Judging by the way they look, they are likely to bring significant changes to the game's overall meta.
According to XboxAchievements, the Shinobi will be part of the Samurai faction in For Honor. This character is deemed as a "silent warrior," who has the grace of a dancer but a precision of a killer. The Centurion, on the other hand, is more of a "Knight Hybrid" character equipped with the Roman gladius. This hero here sees the battlefield as something like a "chessboard."
To give fans a preview of the heroes, Ubisoft has released two video teasers (embedded below). These characters will arrive along with the second season of the game entitled Shadow and Might. Apparently, though, Season Pass holders will get hold of them first come May 16. As for the non-holders, they will have to wait until May 23 for them to acquire the heroes by purchasing through the in-game currency steel.
Apart from the aforementioned, the studio will also be introducing two new For Honor maps. These are the Temple Garden and the Forge. Both of these maps efficiently supplement the selection of multiplayer arenas, something that has already been made available in the game. Fortunately, these will arrive in the game for free, except for the cosmetic items. The latter is acquirable through purchase, though.
WindowsReport, on the other hand, notes that Ubisoft also plans to give the maximum gear score a slight boost in For Honor. In fact, the overall gear system of the game will even be upgraded. Add to this the fact that the video game company also plans to introduce the Epic gear rarity, players do indeed have a lot of stuff to look forward to.