Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord Summary

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Overworld map explained for Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord in new dev blog

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There has been precious little information released for Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord since its announcement back in 2013, but developer TaleWorlds has released a new dev blog detailing the overworld map and explaining what the player is able to do utilizing it.

Mount and Blade 2's engine “easier to work with” for modders, supports multiple mods simultaneously

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Mount and Blade already has a sizeable modding community, so it's no surprise to hear developer TaleWorlds say it wants to make the process just as easy in forthcoming sequel Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord .

In fact, this time around it will be even simpler to mock up your own in-game version of Game of Thrones or Sengoku Japan according to the studio's founder Armağan Yavuz.

Mount and Blade 2 adds siege weapons, crafting and... board games

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What made me laugh about this Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord trailer, which shows off actual in-game footage for the first time, is that it spends a good couple of minutes stubbornly showing an extended spot of board-gaming. Which is probably not what most Mount and Blade players are looking for, really.

Aside from games of tic-tac-toe in your local inn, the sequel to TaleWorlds' open world combat and exploration game adds siege weapons, weapon crafting, seasonal weather conditions and a pretty cool replay editor.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord gameplay to be revealed at Gamescom, set 200 years before Warband

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TaleWorlds Entertainment will be unveiling for the first time the new Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. Unfortunately its live gameplay sessions will be private at Gamescom.

The press will get to salivate at the current state of the sequel, which is set two centuries before Mount & Blade Warband but takes the series forward "by greatly expanding gameplay" in all areas.

Mount and Blade 2 bringing impressive new graphics engine, in-depth editor

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It's been a while since we've heard anything regarding Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord, the sequel to everyone's favourite slightly clunky open-world strategy/combat game. Luckily developer TaleWorlds has popped up with a new developer video.

It's a nice, relaxing look at some very lovely-looking environments. Just take a look at those snow-capped mountains that look like something straight out of a Lord of the Rings movie.

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