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    For Honor's upcoming expansion already has some substantial hype. Using a brand new For Honor game style and four new heroes, it's a major step forward for Ubisoft's fighter. According to Oct. 16, it is the biggest content upgrade to arrive at the For Honor game so far. Marching Fire also supplies a significant change to equipment stats and a few new maps. The actual tease, however, is unquestionably the guarantee of next-level aesthetics. Let's face it -- looks are important to the For Honor Steel Credits community. Players spend, on average, as much time in the customization menu since they do playing real matches. When the devs announce they are finally revealing the expansion armor, you can bet your gladius that everybody's viewing. That was not all they had to say, though!

    Warriors are urged to log in and square off with their fellow fighters. This mode resembles Ranked Duel, except that your equipment stats matter and there's no penalty for losing. Players can win decorations for their effort too. There's also a Dueling Warrior Challenge from Oct. 5 -- 8, in which each faction must compete for dominance. On the 11th, there is the Warrior's Den Launch Event. Ubisoft promises that this will be the big show for Marching Fire. Everything showcased in the past months will come together. What a party, eh?

    There is also a tournament and Ranked Vanquisher occasion running Oct. 12 -- 15. And , noble warriors, Marching Fire itself drops. What is fascinating about this is that, on the 19th, there's a faction challenge for Breach. This is going to be the first recorded event for the brand new For Honor game mode. After that's a seasonal event, which seems promising. October promises to be a significant month for its For Honor community.

    So what is the armor like?

    Thus far, every enthusiast has had masks and helmets obscuring their facial features. With this expansion, the veils are pierced. Heroes finally have full-face armor, so far it seems pretty wonderful.

    Now, we may safely say that he's the mascot of For Honor. The number of memes and quotes are tantamount to this. Apparently, Ubisoft didn't neglect us. Covered in gold decorations with his trademark masks, he has never looked better.

    Raider also comes with an extremely welcome change. One of the greatest criticisms of Norse networking has been a longstanding one -- the horned helmet item. Vikings have no evidence in history of wearing horned helmets. Even though Warlord, Berserker, and the rest do not suffer from this, Raider certainly did. As evidenced from the Warrior's Den showcase, Ubisoft's finally dropped the horns. In his new armor, Raider looks far closer to a traditional Viking than ever before.

    Arena is a great mode for practicing moves and sparking certain combos. The biggest change revealed is the fact that this will work with co-op. This means that instead of working together with bots, players will be able to train with real players. As soon as it's peer reviewed for the time being, it shouldn't be an issue for just two players.
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