New season begins November 14.
For Honor Season 4, Order & Havoc, kicks off tomorrow for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
A new 4v4 mode called Tribute will arrive alongside two new maps and two new heroes: Aramusha and Shaman. The heroes will be playable for season pass holders starting tomorrow, and will be made available for all players on November 21, with each costing 15,000 Steel.
Meanwhile, all players will get the new maps and Tribute mode for free, and the forthcoming Ranked Dominion mode will arrive later in the season.
The new Tribute mode is all about objectives, where players must fight for control of three Offerings located around the map. Holding the Offerings will give teams unique buffs, and teams will have to decide which Offering to pursue first.
The Aramusha is a samurai hybrid class that focuses on punishing enemy mistakes with fast attacks from every direction. Meanwhile, the Shaman is a viking assassin that focuses on offensive power. Pouncing on enemies like wild animals, they become more dangerous as their rampages go on.
The new maps include Market Town and The Gauntlet. The former is a Samurai village with a maze of twisting alleyways and elevated housing that features multiple levels and zip lines. The latter is the Viking capitol and fortress perched on a hilltop that features strong defenses.
For more on For Honor’s fourth season of content, check out every Shaman and Aramusha execution and emote. While you’re at it, check out our For Honor review to find out why the game has “one of the most complete and flexible melee combat systems.”
Brian Barnett is an IGN Freelance Writer. You can follow him on Twitter @Ribnax.