Mordhau like Mount & Blade: Warband and Chivalry: Medieval Warfare before is a multiplayer medieval combat game where you can create sour own mercenary and fight in visceral battles in various game modes. These are all tips and tricks for the Frontline mode but can be used in most of the other game modes as well.
TaleWorlds Entertainment announced yesterday that Mount & Blade Warband will get a new DLC called the Viking Conquest. The last bit of DLC for Mount & Blade Warband was the Napoleonic Wars DLC and this time it is going for the same amount of realism but set in the 8th century instead of the 19th century and will include a single player campaign. Viking Conquest will have a detailed Europe map, 300 locations, 21 kingdoms, 6 cultures, 200 historical characters, two religions, new battle systems, 15 companions, improved AI, siege warfare, new items and loads more.
Mount & Blade Warband: Napoleonic Wars has been updated with new features such as a new map “Added a new map: Fort Hohenfels”, the ability to surrender “you can now surrender to the enemy by pressing P” and plenty of bug fixes and other changes such as “changed default build points for sappers from 25 to 40 per team”.
Mount & Blade Warband: Napoleonic Wars has been updated with new features such as two new siege maps “Fort Lyon and Fort Boyd” and plenty of bug fixes and other changes such as “added the missing backpack bottle to the Russian Foot Guard”.
Version 1.003 was released on 27th April.
Mount & Blade: Warband has been updated with some new bug fixes such as “bugs related with sounds and music”. I am still having the quit to desktop bug in multiplayer matches thought.
Version 1.150 was released on 27th April.
Mount & Blade Warband has been updated with new features such as an increased player cap “changed to 200” and plenty of bug fixes such as “Several crash-to-desktop bug fixes”. I hope that will sort out the particular problem I been having when sometimes changing from one map to another in multiplayer would cause the game to quit.
Version 1.150 was released on 18th April.
The multiplayer Napoleonic Wars DLC for Mount & Blade Warband which I mentioned last month is now available on Steam. It costs £7.99 which is quite a lot for a piece of DLC which could easily be a free mod.
Go here to read my thoughts on the DLC.
I’m a bit surprised to say that not the newest game in the Mount & Blade franchise With Fire & Sword but Mount & Blade: Warband is getting some DLC love. The DLC is called Napoleonic Wars and will likely be familiar to people who have played some of the many mods available for Warband as its heavily influenced by them.