Ubisoft announces Year 3 Season 4, Sun Da, is now live in For Honor
their melee combat game. This comes along with an update for the base game
outlined in these previously
released version 2.15.0 Patch Notes
. Here's word on the update, which is to
be followed by the launch of a beta version of the spectator mode on November
14th. Here's word:
Today, Ubisoft announced that For Honor® Year 3 Season
4, “Sun Da”, is now available on November 7, bringing a new Wu Lin Hero:
“Zhanhu”. Year 3 Season 4 will be available on PlayStation®4, the Xbox One
family of devices including the Xbox One X and Windows PC. For Honor is also
available on UPLAY+,* Ubisoft’s subscription service.
For Honor’s Spectator Mode Beta will also be available on November 14, allowing
all players to test the feature and provide feedback prior to the full launch.
The newest hero, the Zhanhu, is available to play as either a male, Sun Da, or
female, Fu Huo. Under the Wu Lin banner, Sun Da is a dark force who travels west
carrying terror and dread into battle. Fu Huo fights in service to Empress Dou,
venturing out to deliver the might of the Wu Lin, striking fear into enemies as
an unpredictable warrior.
Strong and agile, the Zhanhu are dodge attack experts who rely on their mobility
and wield a long, single-edged blade named Changdao. Also masters of artillery,
they will be able to use brand new types of attacks and feats to burn the enemy
and wreak havoc on the battlefield. Owners of the Year 3 pass will be
immediately able to play as the Zhanhu starting today, while all other players
can gain access to the new Hero on November 14 for 15,000 Steel.
Year 3 Season 4 takes place after the wreckage created by a massive sandstorm in
the Wu Lin territories. Many warriors fled west and sought refuge in Heathmoor,
while others stayed behind with the Emperor to rebuild an army. Among them, Sun
Da, leader of the Zhanhu, found new ways to use fire in his laboratory at Qiang
Pass, Year 3 Season 4’s newest map. Located at a narrow pass nestled between two
mountains, the Wu Lin once built a grand fortress to claim the strategic route.
With mountains on either side, the defending army only had to protect one front
until a catastrophe weakened the fortifications. Now attackers amass at Qiang
Pass, determined to open a path for their invading forces. In addition to adding
a new hero and a new map, the new Season will also further balance heroes and
certain hero feats. For full details of the title update, read more in For
Honor’s patch notes 2.15.0:
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