For Honor Season 6 Hero's March Will Add New Map & More

Ubisoft has revealed some details about the upcoming Season 6 for For Honor, called Hero’s March. The new content will be arriving to the game on May 17th. Players can look forward to a brand new map, called Beachhead, major reworks of two characters, a new feature called Visual Collection, and more.

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For Honor Season 6 Hero's March Will Add New Map & More
For Honor Season 6 Hero’s March Will Add New Map & More

To my surprise, somebody in Ubisoft is still working hard on keeping For Honor alive. In fact, as I’m sure a number of you are aware, they just held another free weekend for the game across all platforms, which wrapped up yesterday. In the wake of the free weekend, the developers also posted a blog update, detailing some of the new stuff coming in For Honor Season 6 – Hero’s March. Long story short, you can expect a new map, some gameplay updates, tweaks to two characters, and so on.

The new map that Hero’s March will add is Beachhead, and it will be the available for free for all players. You’ll be able to play it in all multiplayer modes aside from Tribute. Also, Season 6 of For Honor will deliver “major gameplay reworks” to Orochi and Peacekeeper. We don’t exactly know how they’ll rework these two characters, so we’ll have to wait and see when Ubisoft releases the full patch notes for Hero’s March.

One more important new feature that Season 6 will be adding is the Visual Collection. Basically, this will allow players to “track their cosmetic visuals in a menu separate from their inventory, and then apply them to any gear they have.” So, you won’t have to lug around gear you don’t want just for the looks. Last, but most certainly not least, you can expect to see a new seasonal event, the details of which we don’t yet know. For Honor Season 6 – Hero’s March is coming out on May 17th. You’ll be able to pick it up on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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