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For Honor New Training Modes Arrive Tomorrow

Ubisoft announced today that a new training mode will make its way to For Honor tomorrow. As part of a free update, these new training features will give players additional ways to hone their skills and rise the ranks from Apprentice to Master. The Apprentice Trials and the Warriors Trials will help newcomers get acquainted […]