For Honor: Marching Fire
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Developers: Ubisoft Montreal, Ubisoft Quebec, Blue Byte
Publisher: Ubisoft Toronto
Genres: Fighting, Action
Get instant access to a fourth faction of warriors – The Wu Lin, featuring four new heroes from the Far East.
Conquer Ashfeld as The Tiandi, wield the mighty guandao as the Jiang Jun, master the hook swords of the Nuxia, and outplay rivals as the nimble Shaolin.
The new Arcade Mode offers an endless solo or co-op battle experience, with all progression carried over to multiplayer.
With For Honor® Marching Fire, all players will have access to Breach, a new strategic 4v4 PvP mode where you'll attack and defend a castle.
With For Honor® Marching Fire, all players will get closer to the action than ever before with significant graphical enhancements for the full game.
For Honor: Marching Fire Brings New Faction, Heroes, and Breach Mode | News | Ubisoft [NA]
For Honor: E3 2018 Marching Fire Cinematic Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]
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.
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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.
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.