For Honor Year 4, Season 3: Resistance is coming next week

The latest season of For Honor is brining new content to the game, and we won't be waiting long to play it. It's coming September 17.


For Honor has been stabbing, slashing, and generally kicking about for over four years with plenty of content to show for it in the way of new warriors, cosmetic rewards, and other new content, and for all of that improvement, it has amassed over 25 million players across all platforms along the way. That said, it’s getting a fresh injection of new content pretty soon. For Honor Year 4, Season 3: Resistance is on the way, and we’ll be able to start playing it next week.

For Honor Year 4, Season 3: Resistance was announced during the Ubisoft Forward presentation on September 10, 2020. Slated to arrive on September 17, 2020 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC, For Honor: Resistance is setting the stage for a rebellion in its ongoing narrative. Previous seasons saw the Warmongers faction build a regime of terror, and now a resistance will see it toppled through battle and bloodshed. You can check out the story trailer for For Honor: Resistance just below.

With four years under its belt, players should expect to see even more enjoyable content in For Honor: Resistance. With each season comes a new battle pass, both free and premium, full of a number of rewards for players to chop, block, and battle their way through. Warrior skins, weapon skins, and the game’s various currencies are usually on the slate of goods and there’s plenty of reason to believe it will be the same for Resistance. As the Year 4, Season 3 gears up for the impending launch, details will likely come soon enough as well.

Stay tuned for those details leading up to For Honor: Resistance’s launch day, and be sure to check out our other content, including For Honor warrior the Warden coming to SNK’s Samurai Shodown as DLC.

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