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Offline Buckshee Rounds

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Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
Is anyone else here pissing their pants with excitement over this? I've played the **** out of Warband and love it for the outstanding fighting mechanics, but this looks like so much more. It's been in development from 2012 I believe and adds a lot that the previous game only had in mods such as diplomacy, siege weapons, bartering etc.


Offline Lorric

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Not pissing my pants or anything, but it is the number one interest for me in upcoming games.

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YES. Any ETA on that, yet?


Offline Oddgrim

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Had a lot of fun with warband over the years so looking forward to this one c: But since its paradox, I'm expecting it to be quite buggy at launch.
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Offline Dragon

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That's something I'd like to see. I didn't play Warband, but had a lot of fun in With Fire and Sword. It wasn't really suited for 16th century-style warfare (mostly due to poor formation support, small armies and lack of field artillery), but still quite fun. I hope this one improves on formations, at least.


Offline 0rph3u5

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I have it on the radar, also due to my playtime with the original release and Warband ... but since I feel that a game like this would be more fun to play while streaming* or at least a little "let's compare our progress", I am going to hold off for the time being

*and remember I don't feel strongly about a live audience
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