So. We start where we left off last week. God's dying, which leaves Amara free to end all of creation because the cosmic balance between light and dark has been destroyed. And when the light outside starts to dim, it becomes clear that Amara's going to end the world by slowly killing the sun.
The angel Joshua was the only known angel to have had conversations with Him prior to God revealing Himself as Chuck Shurley to Metatron and the Winchesters. God reappears after Castiel prays to Him to help them control Jack after he loses his soul and is unable to control his destructive powers.
For the entirety of its final season, Supernatural had been invested in the Winchesters gunning for ways to kill God, ending with Billie the reaper-turned-Death resurrecting Jack from the Empty and fashioning him into a bomb that would annihilate Chuck and Amara.
However, God could not only subjugate but also cooperate with his creation. Later, however, he lost all of his power in a final showdown against the Winchesters and his grandson Jack, who were predestined in Death's God book to be the ones to bring God to his end.
The For Honor Starter Edition provides access to the full game, Story Mode, and all PVP modes. It includes six playable Heroes, three of which are fully unlocked. Other Heroes can be unlocked for 8000 Steel individually, or 25,000 Steel as part of the All Heroes Bundle.
The For Honor Starter Edition is only $14.99, compared to $59.99 for the standard version of the game. The only difference between the two is the number of heroes available when you install the game, and the cost to unlock more over time.
Polygon has confirmed with Ubisoft that the feature has been dropped from the game entirely, including local multiplayer. "The For Honor team made the difficult decision to cut split-screen co-op in order to deliver the best experience at launch," reads the statement from Ubisoft.