To be true, I noticed it when I was ten soldiers,I don't remembered the previous game, I just jumped form 1.6.4 to 1.7.1 last week.Do you have more than 20(?) troops? With few troops the UI does not appear
As I said, I jumped two or three versions of the game and a didn't note any big change in the game, but I play with lots of mods and as many of those mods are dead, I feel the game more empty.Funny how one dev is communicating and we're getting 4 pages of ****storm, essentially proving Duh right about communicating carelessly being a bad idea.
Is there any new features or systems at all? I just came back too but I don't feel like starting a new campaign if there's nothing new. Patch notes is filled with bug fix and optimizations.
You can play Crusader kings if you want a deep game. There are very levels, Crusader kings, Total war, then Bannerlord and other light strategy games. I use some mods who gave some content to the base game, but the essence of this game is running in your horse, trying to hit someone, and making some trade to cool down.He doesn't realize that Bannerlord is a hybrid between an RTS, RPG, and action.
If I will want a quick and fun skull smashing game I will play Chivalry 2 (which has the best medieval action gameplay out there, no competition), If I play Bannerlord 2 I want strategy and depth.
Calardia expanded adds more cities towns and Castels, Calardia at war spawn more factions, rebel ones, like Scum and villainy and some other mods, they give much more life to the map. Sadly most of this mods are stuck in 1.6.4, and I can't play without it.How is calardia expanded compared to carafia at war?