Ubisoft has revealed details of For Honor's fourth season update, bringing with it a slew of new features and content for the competitive arena hack-and-slasher.
Entitled Order and Havoc, the new pack is headlined by a new objective based mode called Tribute, which sees players fight for control over three Offerings placed around the map so they can bring them back to their respective team's Shrines affording them unique buffs depending on which Shrine each Offering is placed upon.
The pack also offers two new heroes; the Samurai Hybrid Aramush who wields dual katanas and Shaman the Viking Assassin, an offensive-centric hero who presses attacks with his hatchet and a dagger. These additions bring the total roster for the faction to six heroes each.
Two new maps entitled Market Town and the Gauntlet are further additions, and a ranked version of the game's Dominion mode for competitive play rounds off the pack. It'll be available from November 14 for free for all Season Pass holders, while everyone else will be able to unlock them for 15,000 steel.
In the run-up to the pack's release Ubisoft has also announced a free weekend for the game to run from November 9 to November 12 for all platforms, which will include all content from For Honor's previous three seasons.
For Honor is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.