Medieval fighting game For Honor just got a new limited time mode called Shadows of the Hitokiri. On Twitter, the mode’s description reads, “Face the Hitokiri, the ghostly Samurai fighting with their masakari in this limited time in-game event. Customize your Heroes with exclusive rewards only available June 10-27.”

For Honor gets a new samurai class called Hitokiri on May 2 for season pass owners and May 9 for everyone else. The hero wields a battle ax and serves as an executioner. The season two update will also rework the Lawbringer and Raider classes as well as add a new map.

For Honor is getting a limited-time crossover event with Assassin’s Creed. It starts today and runs through January 10, and it’ll pit Assassins against Templar in a battle that will ultimately prove pointless because none of them are as cool as Kassandra.

For Honor’s seventh season went live today, including the addition of a new map and reworks to the Warden and Valkyrie classes. The update also adds new legendary gear, an additional 10 reputation levels, and Master and Grandmaster player ranks. Ranked duels will now be in rotation outside of tournaments as well. 

For Honor’s Season Six update is now live. It adds some new skins and weapons to collect as well as reworks to the Orochi and Peacekeeper classes. There’s also a new map, Beachhead, and more importantly, a new event called The Rite of Champions that runs until May 31.

For Honor’s season six update arrives May 17 and includes a new map called Beachhead and reworks to the Orochi and Peacekeeper classes. It also adds a “Visual Collection” feature to streamline gear customization. The game is free to play this weekend on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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