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For Honor: Marching Fire

Ubisoft Montreal, Blue Byte, Ubisoft Quebec, Ubisoft Toronto
Oct 16, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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For Honor: Marching Fire Brings New Faction, Heroes, and Breach Mode | News | Ubisoft [NA] thumbnail

For Honor: Marching Fire Brings New Faction, Heroes, and Breach Mode | News | Ubisoft [NA]

For Honor: E3 2018 Marching Fire Cinematic Trailer | Ubisoft [NA] thumbnail

For Honor: E3 2018 Marching Fire Cinematic Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

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Critic Reviews for For Honor: Marching Fire

Ubisoft wanted to give a twist to For Honor and in fact achieved it in almost all aspects of the title with a novelties that are perfectly adjusted and endow the title with a freshness that had been demanding almost since the launch.

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8 / 10

For Honor support continues, and it is obvious that Ubisoft is not going to abandon its creation in the near future. Marching Fire expansion brought the long-awaited new modes into the game, as well as a whole new faction, which, together with numerous updates, greatly increased the attractiveness of the project. Especially with discounts and special offers.

Review in Russian | Read full review

Marching Fire is For Honor's biggest update yet, and it's a doozy. Arcade mode, Breach and the new characters all add loads of content for For Honor fans to enjoy, but if you're out of the loop with the game, this doesn't do much to persuade you to start playing now.

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I like that Ubisoft is continuing to support For Honor and all that’s included from a content perspective. Both Breach and Arcade improve the overall package, the new fighters will be appreciated by the dedicated community and it’s great to see a visual improvement 18 months post-launch.

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A strong expansion and free update with two amazing game modes and four fun new heroes.

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Marching Fire offers a lot of new, solid, free content, but with a small player base in Australia it's a struggle to experience the game to its fullest

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An expensive DLC expansion that does offer many fun new elements, but without any gameplay innovations, there is no appeal in it for those who were never a fan of the base game. For Honor: Marching Fire's asking price also feels a little too high compared to content offered in this expansion.

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Armin Gholami
8.5 / 10.0

For Honor: Marching Fire is what the original For Honor should have been, as Ubisoft did a great job of addressing many of the shortcomings of the original title as well as showing glimpses of what to except from the series in the future.

Review in Persian | Read full review