For Honor’s Shadows of the Hitokiri Event Brings New Map, Mode, and More

The limited event runs until the end of the month.

Posted By | On 10th, Jun. 2019

For Honor Marching Fire

At their E3 2019 showing, Ubisoft showed off a new limited time event for their melee brawler For Honor. Called Shadows of the Hitokiri, the event is live now and runs up until June 27, and brings some significant new content to the game.

The most significant piece is Soul Rush, a new game mode that sees you defeating soldiers and collecting their Souls to secure them in Soul Zones for your team. The first to get to a thousand souls wins, with rewards being exclusive to the limited time event. The update also adds a new map- Kaidan, a dark and creepy village that is said to be haunted by Sakura, the “spirit of death” who “brought a curse”. Meanwhile, there will also be special customizations for all heroes. Take a look at the trailer showing off the limited time event below.

For Honor is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Shadows of the Hitokiri is live now on those platforms.


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