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Ubisoft’s orchestra of war converge across the breadth of time once more in the “For Honor: Marching Fire” E3 trailer



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for honor: marching fire, for honor, the action pixel,entertainment on tap, marching fire, trailer, cinematic,Ubisoft E3 event seems to be going over quite well with fans, particularly those who were looking for the next installment in the For Honor series. Well, you surely got an eyeful with the release of the cinematic trailer for For Honor: Marching Fire.

Although the Metroid “take helmet off to reveal female lead” is becoming a bit of a tiring trope. We had enough Solo as it is. Personally we want our enemies to see who will be the source of their undoing from the jump. But we digress.

Description reads:


Carve a path of destruction through an intense, believable battlefield fighting for guts, glory, and survival in For Honor, the acclaimed melee action game developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other Ubisoft studios.

Enter the chaos of a raging war as a bold Knight, brutal Viking, or deadly Samurai, three of the greatest warrior factions of legend. For Honor is a fast-paced and immersive experience, mixing skill with visceral, never-before-seen melee combat. Storm castles in massive battles and confront deadly bosses in the memorable story campaign and support your allies while slaughtering enemies in the groundbreaking multiplayer modes where your combat skills will make the difference between life and death.
Since its release in 2017, For Honor has continued to expand its world with new heroes, modes, and features. Six seasons of content, including regular in-game events, have kept the faction war fresh and exciting. Responding to community feedback, the team worked diligently to build dedicated servers for all multiplayer modes. Since the release of these servers, For Honor has reached best-in-class match completion and eliminated host migration. The recently launched training mode teaches players to master the Art of Battle, For Honor’s completely unique combat system.

For Honor: Marching Fire, coming October 16 2018, is a major update encompassing new heroes, new a PVP mode, unlimited PVE content and a comprehensive graphical update.

NEW HEROES FROM THE FAR EAST – Four warriors from the Wu Lin faction are traveling west after civil war, betrayal and personal tragedies strike close to home. The Jiang Jun, once a feared general, now uses his guandao to wreak havoc on the West. The Nuxia, a bodyguard betrayed by allies, uses her hook swords to slay anyone who stands in her way. The Shaolin, a warrior monk forced to watch his monastery burn, now spreads the gospel with his staff. The Tiandi once sat fourth in line for the throne but was consumed by madness and killed his brothers, ultimately leading to the defeat of his empire. Now, he atones by seeking out the wicked with his broadsword.

BREACH THE CASTLE – Attack and defend a castle in Breach, For Honor’s new strategic 4v4 PvP mode. Attackers must work together to storm the castle gates and kill the Lord of the castle, while defenders must either take down the battering ram or kill all attackers to protect the Lord.

UNLIMITED SINGLE PLAYER CONTENT – A new mode, yet to be revealed, offering unlimited single player and 2-person co-op PVE content.

GRAPHICALLY ENHANCED – Significant graphical enhancements bring you closer to the action than ever before.

Watch the For Honor: E3 2018 Marching Fire Cinematic Trailer in the player below:


For Honor is slated for release on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC come October 16th 2018


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