While it is still unknown what contents will be available in For Honor’s Season Pass, Uplay released an image of what the contents will be, despite Ubisoft not announcing anything. It didn’t stay up for long, but players had already saved the image and spread across the internet.
According to the Uplay image, the pass includes six new warriors, as well as a one-week early access to them. Season Pass owners also receive a “sunbeam” emote for the 12 base game characters, three Scavenger crates, 30-day Champion status, and early access to other, unspecified content. The Uplay was them removed, but not before it was picked up by Reddit user Malevolent_Platypus.
According to the image, the Deluxe Edition comes with 3 Unique Helmet Crests, a Final Execution Smoke Effect, a Deluxe Edition Emblem and a 7-Day Champion status, as opposed to the 30-Day Champion status in the Gold Edition.
Pricing has yet to be announced, but the image suggests that the Season Pass comes with For Honor’s $100 Gold Edition. This premium version of the game comes with content from the Deluxe Edition, including three helmet crests, an execution smoke effect, and more. Considering the Deluxe Edition sells for $70, the Season Pass might cost $30, but nothing has been confirmed.
GameSpot has reached out to Ubisoft to get confirmation on the contents of the Season Pass and it’s unknown if GameSpot has gotten a response back.
For Honor is set for release on February 14 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. However, a beta will be able to play between January 26-29 on all platforms.
The $220 Collector’s Edition comes with a 14-inch statue. Regardless of which version you buy, you will need an internet connection to play, even when playing the game’s single-player modes. Ubisoft has confirmed the prior announced split screen multiplayer is no longer a part of the game.