February 6, 2020

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For Honor – Season 1 of the Year of Reckoning Out Now

For Honor begins a whole new year of fresh content starting today. Year 4, Season 1, titled Hope, brings an apparent end to the cataclysm that shaped the chaotic events of For Honor – but the Vikings, Samurai, Wu Lin, and Knights will find plenty of new reasons to fight as the Year of Reckoning begins. New in-game events, armor, and weapons are coming soon, and today, players have a new way to progress with the Battle Pass.

Featuring 100 tiers of loot, the Battle Pass rewards players with exclusive cosmetic items for completing matches, daily orders, and Arcade quests. Players can start in on the Free Pass or the Premium Pass, each of which offers its own rewards.

Each of The Year of Reckoning’s four Seasons will introduce a new Battle Pass, and that’s only the beginning of what’s on the horizon. Two new Heroes will join the battle in the coming year, along with balancing updates, new armor sets, and tournaments to support the game’s competitive scene.

For Honor is available now on Xbox One, PS4, PC, and UPLAY+. For more on the game, check out our previous For Honor coverage.

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