This is another example of Ubisoft’s focus on games-as-service, titles that can keep attracting players with consistent updates. This approach has created long-living hits like For Honor and Rainbow Six: Siege.
For Honor’s next expansion, Marching Fire, comes out on October 16. It will add a new faction, the Wu Lin, which includes four new heroes. Marching Fire also adds the new Breach mode, which has one team defending a fortress while the other side sieges it.
As far as multiplayer games go, For Honor is unique. It’s objective and team-based combat is paired with mechanics similar to fighting games, and its factions are based on historical armies like knights, samurai, and vikings.