Ubisoft Releases 'For Honor' Season 2, Details Here

At long last, the second season of For Honor has finally arrived. Ubisoft has brought another reason for players to continue enjoying the fighting-themed title. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.

According to Kotaku, the aforementioned For Honor season called Shadow and Might has just arrived. It is now live on all platforms (i.e. PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC). The season has arrived in a nick of time, considering all the issues that the game has been facing in the last couple of months.

The second season of For Honor will also be bringing in two additional classes -- namely, the Shinobi and the Centurion. The former joins the Samurai faction, while the latter is to the Knight's. It is worth noting, though, that these new characters will be made available first to season pass holders. For non-holders, to acquire them, they have to purchase these heroes using the in-game currency called Steel.

The Shinobi in For Honor boasts a skill set that can be likened to a dancer's grace and precision of a killer. The Centurion, on the other hand, is more of being a tactician. He sees the battlefield as a chessboard in which things should be done with strategy. Ubisoft has released preview trailers of these characters to give fans a look-see at their moveset and capabilities.

PCGamer reports that two new maps are also coming For Honor. These are called the Forge and the Temple Gardens. The Forge, in particular, will represent the unbreakable might of the Ashfield and the brute force that the Knight war machine conveys. As for the Temple Garden, it embodies the "beauty and harmony of the Myre." It should be noted, however, that it has since been turned into a Samurai battlefield.

The Season 2 of For Honor is expected to make the game a little bit more interesting as before. Ubisoft is looking to set some records following the controversies that the game has faced over the course of its existence.

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