An image (shown above) detailing its contents popped up on Uplay, revealing the pass comes with six new warriors, as well as one-week early access to them. People who buy the pass also apparently get a "sunbeam" emote for the 12 base game characters, three Scavenger crates, 30-day Champion status, and early access to other, unspecified content. The Uplay listing has since been removed but not before an image of it was captured by someone one Reddit (via PC Gamer) and shared on Imgur.
Pricing has not been announced, but the image above suggests it comes with For Honor's $100 Gold Edition. This premium version of the game comes with content from the Deluxe Edition, including three helmet crests, an execution smoke effect, and more. Given that the Deluxe Edition itself sells for $70, this suggests the For Honor season pass could be at least $30 on its own, but this is not confirmed.
GameSpot has reached out to Ubisoft in an attempt to confirm all of this and get more details.
For Honor launches for Playstation 4, XBOX One, and PC on February 14. You don't have to wait that long to play, however, as a beta will be held January 26-29 on all platforms.
A $220 Collector's edition will be available with a 14-inch statue. Whichever version you choose, an internet connection is required to play, even in the game's single-player modes. Ubisoft has also confirmed that the previously announced split-screen mode has been cut.