The For Honor’s Asunder season was announced during a Warrior’s Den livestream on Twitch today, and is scheduled to begin on March 11, 2021. A one-minute trailer was released in conjunction with this event showing panoramic images of various warriors. in combat as voice-over comments the peace was interrupted by a rebellion just started.
The fourth year saw the introduction of For Honor’s Warmonger character type in August 2020, helping the cult Order of the Horkos take over the Heathmoor region of the game after an enduring peace, according to its fandom wiki. The fourth season of the fourth year, “Mayhem,” featured Gryphon as the leader of the Chimera Alliance that opposes the Horkos government, and it appears that Ubisoft will allow that conflict to come to a head with Asunder.
In addition to this story teaser, For Honor released a roadmap for March 2021 outlining the launch of Asunder along with a new Battle Pass, the Masquerade Horkos limited-time event, a free event pass, and more. Additional content will be added on March 18 and 25, but details are currently vague.
New month, new Roadmap! Oh, and a new Year and a new Season! New, new, new! pic.twitter.com/Jz4arSJD6x
— For Honor (@ForHonorGame) March 4, 2021
It’s good to see that Ubisoft continues to add new content to keep the game up-to-date for fans, and its success since 2017 has resulted in numerous crossovers. For Honor recently added Shovel Knight content, although the event will end today. Previously, it also featured content from other Ubisoft titles like Assassin’s Creed, and SNK’s game Samurai Shodown also features a DLC character from For Honor.
For Honor is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions will be available in early December.
Source: For Honor Fandom Wiki