Ubisoft announced that For Honor will release the Peace Festival, a two-week anniversary of the game, which runs from today until February 27. With the threat of a major disaster over, Heathmoor leaders have called on the biggest heroes of all teams to compete in Honor Games to celebrate the Weverndale Truce .
Available to all Honor® players, this birthday party brings the flexibility of game time to Carousel of Death, a fan favorite. The first time a player dies in this 4v4 elimination mode, it goes back five minutes later, but each subsequent death adds five seconds to the time of the resurrection. Victory is achieved when all opponents are dead at the same time. For the first week of the day's celebration, Carousel of Fire will add an extra twist with damage reinforcement and gears to fire on the sand. Players can get another twist in this game mode, which will be revealed, on the second week of the event.
During this unique festive season in the world of Fordor®, the game map will be worn with details that will change as the event progresses. This includes explosives, live crowds and artists, for the first time, the first art banners for fans of the Fordor community.
Honor Games also brings a host of custom spoilers and direct additions to the game, including a new battle suit, decoration and effect, as well as four metal icons found throughout Heroes. All the raffle and event are available in the "Honor Games" package until March 2 at 30,000 Steels.
Released in February 2017, Honor® has just entered its fourth year of post-launch support, titled "Year of the Reckoning" and Season 4 premiere, "Hope." With over 20 million players, Honor® is available on PlayStation 4, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X and Windows PC. Honor® is now available on UPLAY + *, a subscription program for Ubisoft.