Story image

For Honor Shadow & Might DLC now available with season 2

17 May 17

Ubisoft has announced that the Shadow & Might DLC is now available with Season 2 of For Honor. This includes new heroes, maps and more. 

If you own the Season Pass for For Honor, the new Shadow & Might DLC is available right now. If you don't own the Season Pass, you can buy the DLC separately from May 23rd, 2017. 

The two new warriors available in this DLC include Shinobi (Shadow Assassin) and the Centurion (Knight Hybrid). As expected, the Shinobi is fast and nimble while the Centurion is great at short-ranged melee style of attacks. 

Two new maps are also added called Forge and Temple Garden. Forge is a map belonging to the Knights while Temple Garden is a beautiful battlefield where the Samurai like to fight. 

Lastly in this DLC, gear has had an overhaul. This makes sure the game is balanced and fair for all class types. The maximum gear score has been increased by from 108 to 144. If you want to see the new maps and classes, click here to view the videos. 

49 inches: Samsung's latest gaming monitor steps up to Dual QHD
Samsung’s gaming monitors will have a few extra inches around the waist this year.
Jobs 'aplenty' for freelance writers, devs & ecommerce specialists?
Jobs tagged with the keyword ‘writing’ took the top spot as the fastest moving job in 2018.
Updated: Chch crypto-exchange Cryptopia suffers breach
Cryptopia has reportedly experienced a security breach that has taken the entire platform offline – and resulted in ‘significant losses’.
iPhone XS Max costs average Kiwi 11.6 work days – world comparison
A new study has compared how long it will take the average worker in 42 countries to purchase Apple's newest iPhone - NZ doesn't do too bad.
Chorus reckons Kiwis have an insatiable appetite for data
New Zealanders love the internet – and we love Fortnite even more.
Hands-on review: XANOVA Juturna-U gaming headset
Despite my first impressions on the quality of the headset, I was disappointed with both of the auxiliary cables provided, which felt cheap and would cut out, almost as if they were already frayed.
Audioengine’s Wireless A5+ are just bloody good speakers
I judge these speakers on the aspects that Audioengine boasts about - quality, streaming, simplicity and versatility
Hands-on review: The Ekster Wallet protects your cards against RFID attacks
For some time now, I’ve been protecting my credit cards with tinfoil. The tinfoil hat does attract a lot of comments, but thanks to Ekster, those days are now happily behind me.