E3 2018: For Honor Celebrates Marching Fire Expansion with Free Starter Edition on PC

For Honor is getting its next big content drop and PC users will be able to the Starter Edition for free for the next week.


For Honor took the stage during Monday's Ubisoft E3 press event. While For Honor has been out for quite a while, there are still people who don't own Ubisoft's fighter just yet. Fortunately, those people now have a chance to catch up, just in time to celebrate the game's next big content drop.

For Honor: Marching Fire introduces several new features, including an all-new 4v4 Breach mode, the new Wu Lin faction, an endless PvE mode, and a graphical overhaul. Check out footage of the Breach mode below.

PC owners can pick up the For Honor Starter Edition for absolutely free between now and June 18. Those who claim the Starter Edition during this window can keep the game forever on their UPlay accounts.

Marching Fire is set to arrive on October 16. For more on this new expansion, visit the For Honor website.

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