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Yep, I agree. Seems like TW is drifting towards more and more fast pace arcade play then what say Viking Conquest's direction was. It's very different. That being said, they need to do something for the player to engage with NPCs while not a war. There's nothing, and it is hurting the game's immersion badly. I have been modding games for 20 years, so maybe I have high expectations, I don't know. I feel like Bannerlord is the last hope of this type of sandbox historical time period I like.It seems to me they are catering a different kind of gamers, who prefer click and battle, RNG and a generally speaking arcade-like game.
If you look at the money, TW is right in doing that, the backbone of the player base, people with thousands of hours in Warband, won't be happy off course, but how many are we? A minority nowadays...
I hope TW will drastically change direction or this Title, together with a clean sea, quality products and common sense, will become a thing of the past....