Roman Campos-Oriola took to the stage for the Ubisoft E3 2018 to talk about For Honor and the latest content update for the game: For Honor: Marching Fire.

Starting today and until Monday, June 18, 2018, the PC Starter Edition of For Honor is available for free on UPlay. Warriors of the Chinese-based Wu Lin Faction will be joining the game. The game will also be bringing a new 4v4 multiplayer game mode called Breach where the attacking team must break through the gates of a heavily-defended castle. Have a look at the game’s cinematic trailer to see this new faction in action:

Ubisoft’s website for the game goes into more detail. The Wu Lin faction will consist of four different heroes: the Shaolin warrior monks who wield a mighty staff, the Tiandi who are charged with protecting royalty, the Jiang Jun who wield a guandao and lead armies, and the Nuxia who served as trained bodyguards and assassins.

The Breach game mode in For Honor: Marching Fire will contain a heavily-defended castle which has ballistae, fire cauldrons, and archers. Attackers are charged with getting into the castle by breaking down the main gates with a battering ram. The defenders, naturally, are trying to stop them in order to protect the lord of the castle. A gameplay trailer was also released alongside this announcement which should give you a feel for things:

In addition to this new content, For Honor: Marching Fire will include some neat graphical updates to the game. A new Endless PVE mode for single player or 2-person co-op will be revealed at a later date.

For Honor: Marching Fire will release on October 16, 2018. You’ll have until June 18, 2018, to pick up the Starter Edition of the game for free on Uplay.

What do you think of For Honor: Marching Fire? Are you excited about the addition of the Wu Lin faction to the game? What other kinds of warriors would you like to see eventually added to the game? Let us know in the comments below! If you want to know more about this and other announcements happening at E3 then be sure to check out our E3 2018 Coverage Hub.

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