Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord description
Expected to come as a sequel of the previous title in the series, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is coming with a new story and more engaging gameplay. Taking players into an empire where a civil war is destroying everything, the hero of the game will have to upgrade his armor and weapons constantly, to ally with other people, to fight and defeat the enemies and to start building a reborn empire out of the old ashes.
Developed by TaleWorlds Entertainment, the date of the game release has not been yet announced, yet some excellent performance is promised to be offered regarding everything, from mechanics and technical performance to visual quality, three dimensional representation and combat experience.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Story
The story of Mount & Blade: Bannerlord is coming as a much awaited sequel for the previous game of the series, presenting the previous emperor of the realm dying and the anarchy spreading upon the entire empire, which will become the home and brutal battlefield of the most horrible bandits, nomads, criminals and mercenaries. This time, the action will take place in the realm of Calradia, in a time setting about 200 years before the action in Mount & Blade: Warband. The story of the battle simulator, this time, will expand the entire empire even more, bringing up the supreme quest of achieving power and building an empire and offering decision making opportunities for using the alleys of several cities in order to efficiently manage secret organizations of criminal groups or to bombard mountains before building your on empire out of ashes and remaining from the war.
Bringing in the player into the character who is the protagonist of this story, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord will assign you, through its story, the mission of subduing the defiant nobles and of finding your own place in this political chaos of Calradia, in order to become the leader of six available factions and to restore the empire to the initial glory it once had.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Mechanics
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is coming with a multitude of novelties regarding the gameplay and the mechanics, due to which you will be experiencing not only the most epic combats against desperate enemies, but also to face tests of potential allies, to bring up a political strategy and to construct the most powerful empire. Due to the medieval atmosphere and realistically represented elements of an empire during war and anarchy time, the game will also offer you historical authenticity and also great visual representations when you will, for example, burn a rival’s gate or tower.
Furthermore, you will be able to engage into making deals for piece, earning land for your kingdom and becoming a diplomatic soldier, obtaining the best consequences for the world you aim to build out of chaos. The variety of your options will be overwhelming. You will choose from treason pacts to marriage offers, each of your decisions influencing directly the power of your factions, the behavior of your opponents and the results in your missions. A greatly simulated economy allowing you to supply your faction, a great option to craft your weapons respecting the laws of physics during every battle for an authentic experience and the tools and engine allowing you to combine several mods in order to build the empire of your dreams, all these elements are novelties for the Mount & Blade Series and are brought by this second apparition for the most immersive gameplay.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Modes
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is coming in both single player and multiplayer modes, allowing you to engage into restoring the glory of an empire both single and along with other players.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Technical Issues
The developers haven’t yet announced a date when the game will be released, so regarding what it will offer in terms of technical performance, apart from great visuals and audio, and which types of technical issues players might encounter, is yet to be seen once the game is available to test.
Available on: PC
Game Platform: Steam
Publishment year: To Be Announced
Gengre: RPG, Simulation, Strategy, Action