I've poured more than 170 hours of my time into Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, but it still doesn't feel anywhere close to a complete game. There are some solid foundations but if you're waiting for a finished experience, you'll need to continue sitting on the sidelines for now.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is a strategy and action role-playing game from Turkey-based developer TaleWorlds Entertainment. Set on the continent of Calradia, the game allows one to build their own adventure through trade, warfare, diplomacy, and marriage. How you go about conquering Calradia or establishing yourself as the next leader of a virtual merchant guild is entirely up to...
There's already so much to do in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, but the modding community has already produced some fine work to expand your experience ten-fold. We rounded up the best mods for the game.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is currently in early access on Steam, but developer TaleWorlds Entertainment has already shared some plans it has for the game once most of the game-breaking bugs have been squashed. Here's what you can expect to see added to Bannerlord.
Want the best frames while you smash up some skulls in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord? You'll need a good enough GPU to handle all the action so we've rounded up some fine options if you're shopping for a new graphics card.
Renown is what you earn in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord to further bolster your global sphere of influence across Calradia. It's what progresses your clan to higher tiers (or levels), which unlocks some cool benefits. Here's how to get renown fast.
Joining a kingdom in Mount & Blade II: Bannerord is a sure way to unlock a new path to some serious gold and character progression. Not only can you build your reputation within a specific faction, but also continent-wide.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is in early access and as such the game has numerous bugs and issues that TaleWorlds Entertainment is working hard to address. Here's a list of the reported bugs you should keep an eye out for, as well as what you should do to mitigate any problems while enjoying the game.
Leveling up your character in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is an easy process. You use the skill and once that goes up a level, you move closer to hitting a new character level. As you level up your character, you have attribute and focus points to use, but what are they and what on earth do you do with them? Everything is explained right here.
One does not simply walk into Calradia and expect to become the greatest fighter known to man. Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is a difficult game, even for veterans of the strategy come RPG series. These tips will help you stay alive so you can figure out what you're doing.
After almost a decade spent waiting for a successor to the hit strategy PC game Mount & Blade: Warband, the community is finally able to join sieges and woo lords in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. Available right now in Steam Early Access, we took the game for a spin to see what's new.