Heads are already rolling in Chivalry 2 and the medieval first-person slasher's release is only the start of the journey. Developer Torn Banner Studios has outlined in a roadmap its plans for the future of the highly anticipated sequel, and things are looking rather good.
The Chivalry 2 roadmap gives a broad idea of the game's direction for both the near future and beyond. Horses, unofficial server support, and increased party size limits are all on the high priority list.
Chivalry 2 2021 Roadmap
The title's launch suffered from server issues but the developer was quick to stabilize things, continuing to look at and improve server performance while addressing known rubberbanding issues.
The first smaller patch addressed issues with parties and party invites on the Epic Games Store, while also fixing an issue that saw players missing their first spawn when matches started.
Chivalry 2's first major content update addded the new Galencourt Team Objective map and Courtyard map, playable across multiple modes, alongside character customization options, an arrow cam, player profile screen, text moderation tools, and the expected set of bug fixes.
The game then received new Brawl and Last Team Standing modes when patch 2.2 dropped, alongside the new Rapier weapon, and a Halloween event. This is when headbutts also made their way into the game.
Patch 2.3 was the final stop on Chivalry 2's 2021 roadmap, bringing with it the Chivmas holiday event in early December, which included snowballs to throw at your mortal enemies. The arrival of the Warbow means that archers have an additional tool to work with and, if you really fancy the game's Brawl mode, it now has a new Cathedral map.
Chivalry 2 2022 Roadmap
The first major update on Chivalry 2's 2022 roadmap came in the shape of patch 2.4. It introduced a new 64-player Team Objective map called The Raid on Aberfell alongside carryable livestock, weaponized bees, druids, but also the Highland Sword as a new weapon.
Looking further into the future, the Trello roadmap mentions two more updates slated to arrive throughout 2022.
Patch 2.5 aims to finally introduce cross-platform parties and a console server browser, while the following update currently remains shrouded in mystery.
As with all roadmaps, Chivalry 2's may suffer changes, but it's good to see a mixture of fixes and new content being planned.
Chivalry 2 is out now on PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4. Here's a dive into the four classes you can play as if you decide to pick it up.
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