The MP side of the game has no perspective after being butchered for a couple years now and we concluded commiting to another huge MP mod was a waste of our time. Unfortunate, but it is what it is.How the whole MP affair has been handled in Bannerlord will be remembered in the annals as a truly unique case of study. For those who didn't give a **** about this situation, they have long gone; however for many veterans we can feel nothing but heartbreak seeing that dead and rotting horse on the ground.
Personally I was very interested in Marko's project, Twilight of Chivalry. I guess Marko seeing that desert to wander through for an uncertain period, with no tools and no support, the best he could do was to cancel it; what was he going to do all this time?
Well, like him, there were many...
PoetryJust in that clip alone, there's a world of difference. You can hear cavalry coming consistently. The camera doesn't take a second to swivel around. The polearm isn't clunky and sluggish. Turning around isn't pointlessly encumbered. The horse gets reared reliably, and it allows me to follow up with a decent attack. The chamber system actually works efficiently. The jump is functional and un-floaty. The whole thing feels responsive and fluid, easy to understand and unfettered by good-for-nothing details in the combat mechanics.