October 21, 2020

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For Honor Celebrates Halloween with Monsters of the Otherworld Event

Skeletons and demons are flooding the battlefields of For Honor today as the free Monsters of the Otherworld event begins. The Halloween-themed celebration runs through November 12, offering players a chance to loot new cosmetic rewards (as well as rewards from past Halloween events), and stocking the in-game store with new items, including illustrious outfits, masks, and execution modes.

Two limited-time PVP modes will add some seasonal flair to Dominion mode: Endless March turns minions into powerful skeletons from October 22 to November 5, and Spooky Slashers allows players to earn special boosts to help them hunt the demons prowling the map from November 5 to November 12.

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For Honor’s Year of Reckoning has brought a new Warmonger Hero into the fray, and the game will soon be available on next-gen consoles through backwards compatibility, allowing players who already own the game to upgrade for free and transfer their profiles, purchases, and inventory. For Honor is out now for Xbox One, PS4, and PC; for more, visit our For Honor news hub.

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