First Look At The Emote’s and Brutal Executions of Shinobi & Centurion Class Coming In Next For Honor DLC

If you are a fan of Ubisoft’s hack-and-slash em up For Honor, you will no doubt have heard that the next DLC is due to feature a couple of new classes that you will be able to take control of on the battlefield.

IGN has managed to obtain footage of the Executions and Emote’s of the two new classes – a Shinobi-style ninja and a Roman Centurion.

The Ninja Warrior is shown demonstrating his prowess with a pair of Kusarigama, a Japanese weapon consisting of a scythe attached to a weighted chain. The years of training are clearly illustrated with executions focused on gory beheading.

The Roman Centurion is equipped with a Gladius, a short sword that would have required brute strength to hack and slash at opponents causing devastating damage.

While there is no confirmed release date for the upcoming DLC the fact that this “leaked” footage is in circulation means there is probably not long to wait.

What do you think of the new Characters? What would you like to see in the next DLC? Comment below

Source: IGN

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