Two new heroes will come to For Honor, Ubisoft's sword-clanging fighting game, when it opens its second season beginning in May.
The new playable heroes are the Centurion and the Shinobi. The Centurion is a hybrid of the Vanguard and Assassin classes, and the Shinobi is a hybrid of the Samurai and Assassin.
For Honor's second season is titled "Shadow and Might," reflecting these two combinations. The second season begins May 16. The new characters are available to DLC season pass holders first beginning that day; everyone else gets them beginning May 23.
Two new maps will arrive with For Honor's second season, Forge and Temple Garden. A bunch of customization options and the usual gameplay updates also will be included.
For more on For Honor, see Polygon's review.
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