Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
Pros & Cons of Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
- You can create your own character with biography
- Open wolrd
- Lots of way to earn coins
- Map is too big
- So many quests, hard to decide what quest to choose.
Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is a role-playing strategy video game.
It was developed and released by Turkish game developer studio TaleWorlds Intertainment on March 30, 2020. It's been long years since their last games of the series — Warband and Fire&Sword, which got its community of millions of people over the world. And finally, TaleWorlds Intertainment present a new game — Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord. The game is still in early access but it is already bewitching and stunning in its current state. Every time you take a walk in a town or battlefield, you always notice how beautiful everything looks and it is always exciting to look at it. And all this with an amazing soundtrack.
What makes this game so exciting and interesting?
— Siege battles: It is nice to load into the siege as an attacker and charge the walls while looking up into the sky and seeing a fireball from a catapult on a collision course for the city wall.
— Combat: That feeling that your character raising a sword and next moment he'd chop off someone’s head, or knock the rider of the saddle with a throwing axe. An amazing feeling of the reality of what is happening makes me want to say that the combat system now brings much more satisfaction.
— Choice and skill tree: You can go to tournaments or be a rogue and raid villages to make money, or become a trader and make caravans all over the world. With a skill tree, you can become a more supportive commander role more, which makes it more interesting and viable.