With Season Two of For Honor's Faction War coming up next week, all of the executions and emotes for the Shinobi and Centurion have leaked days early. Ubisoft has a trend of releasing some ridiculous emotes for every class in For Honor, and continues it with both new classes. The new animations for the Shinobi and Centurion have similar prices compared to the other classes, running you 4000 Steel each.
For Honor's Season Two, including the Shinobi, Centurion, new maps, and new gear rarity release on May 16 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
The Shinobi's executions are no less brutal than other For Honor classes, but have much more flair. That said, most of the Shinobi's executions will take longer to complete, which may lead to possible interrupts. You should know how dangerous it is leaving a revivable enemy on the ground.
Similar to the Shinobi's, the Centurion takes a lengthy time to finish his executions, though they're much more ferocious. Interestingly enough, one of the new Centurion executions alludes to the "Are you not entertained?" scene from the movie Gladiator.
Based on previous leaks, the new For Honor classes will cost a whopping 15,000 Steel each to recruit, a massive jump from the base characters' price. However, if you own the Season Pass you should unlock the Shinobi and Centurion for free and have access to them on May 16. Standard players will have to wait until May 23 to unlock them.
Alongside For Honor's new classes, two new maps will be available at the start of Season Two, Forge and Temple Garden. Both maps are similar in aesthetics and structure to the game's previous maps, but are closer tied to the new characters' themes.
Furthermore, a new rarity of gear will be available on May 16. Once you hit Reputation level five, you have a chance to scavenge Epic gear to continue improving your character's stats.
For Honor's Shinobi and Centurion will be released with Season Two of the Faction War on May 16, first for Season Pass owners.