Where Big Medieval Battles Meet RPGs

Where Big Medieval Battles Meet RPGs

Mount & Blade, a game that can be both RPG and multiplayer combat simulator, is fun as hell (as are its expansions). Thing is, it’s also a bit… janky. And that’s being polite. The game’s full-blown sequel is looking much slicker.

OK, so it’s not Star Wars Battlefront or The Witcher 3, but considering the scale of the developer (and how flexible the game is), who cares. All the original needed was a bit of spit and polish, and that’s definitely what I’m seeing here.

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