Ubisoft has announced that For Honor’s fifth season, called Age of Wolves, will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February fifteenth.
Season Five will arrive within the shape of a free update, and is essentially focussed on first-rate of existence improvements. It pursuits, says Ubisoft, to “beautify the core player experience” with modifications to hero balancing, matchmaking, and connectivity. Major hero updates, combat gadget upgrades, and new customisation alternatives are also touted.
Season Five’s initial update will see 5 of For Honor’s heroes – that is, the Kensei, Conqueror, Highlander, Berserker, and Nobushi – obtain adjustments designed to improve and higher balance the present roster. The Kensei and Conqueror will both gather new flow sets and animations, whilst the Highlander, Berserker, and Nobushi, will get hold of “significant” balancing adjustments. Other heroes could be up to date as the season keeps.
The later part of the season will even introduce three new education modes. Apprentice Trials and the Warriors Trials should assist newcomers study the ropes and explore greater superior strategies. The Arena mode, in the meantime, will provide a way to exercise towards unique heroes and actions, for those trying to broaden their strategies similarly.
Season Five can even subsequently see the discharge of For Honor’s long-promised committed servers, optimistically resulting in smoother, extra strong fits, and higher matchmaking. “This implementation will eliminate the resyncing, session migrations and NAT necessities that gamers currently have and supply solid connectivity on all systems”, says Ubisoft. The publisher will provide exacting timings for dedicated server launch at a later date.
Rounding off Season Five’s wonderful additions are “a brand new item with a view to increase XP in alternate for salvage, the shift of 4v4 Ranked Mode from Dominion to Tribute, a new popularity stage cap, new gear development, and greater”. However, it doesn’t sound like those will arrive with the season’s first wave of updates on February 15th.