We have yet to even arrive at the closed beta for Ubisoft's upcoming historical brawler 'For Honor', but news of its Season Pass may have just slipped out.
We're not sure when the company will live up to their promise to abandon the controversial DLC method, but it isn't quite yet. Though looking at the potential contents of the season pass in question, it's taking a loose approach much like Rainbow Six: Siege.
Ironically leaking through their own Ubisoft Store front, it didn't take long for those who took notice to get the necessary screenshots to immortalise the publisher's mistakes. While pricing has yet to be divulged, the £70 price of the inclusive 'Gold Edition' suggests the season pass will set players back around £25 ($30).
We might not have it yet, but the For Honor beta kicks off real soon
If the listing appears to be genuine, season pass holders will simply gain instant access to new champion characters, maps and most of the fresh content added to the post-release without much effort. Those without, however, will still be able to earn everything some continued playtime.
Those looking to pick up the aforementioned Gold Edition, however, will net themselves all the extras included with the Deluxe Edition - like unique helmet crests, exclusive emblem, champion status and a special execution effect. For Honor launches February 14.