How to opt in to the Beta and Telemetry branches on Steam

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The beta branch will include content that has gone through our internal testing and will be exposed to public testers for at least one week. During this period, we will address discovered issues with hotfixes. Our goal is a weekly cycle where we push our internal version to the beta and the prior beta version to the main Steam build. However, if serious challenges arise, we may delay an update until those issues have been addressed.

Please be aware that opting into or beta branch may negatively impact your experience.


To opt in to the beta branch you need to find Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord in your Steam Library. Right-click on Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord and select Properties...


In the opened window, you will need to navigate through the BETAS tab. And in the BETAS tab click on the NONE - Opt out of all beta programs selected box and find the e1.1.0 - Beta and select it to start downloading the beta branch.

Here is a video demonstrating how to do it:

We have just opened another beta branch with additional telemetry tools that will help us understand and fix more complicated performance issues. If you are experiencing performance issues at any stage of the game and would like to help us resolve it, you can:
  1. Switch to “perf_test” from the Steam betas tab.
  2. Open the game as usual and proceed to the stage where you are experiencing performance issues.
  3. Before the performance issues start, toggle the profiling tool by holding the “right shift” and pressing the “T” key.
  4. Record for 20-30 seconds, press the toggle key combination again. Please keep in mind that, the more you record, the more upload time it will require.
  5. Find the "test.tmcap" file in the "...\Mount & Blade II Bannerlord\bin\Win64_Shipping_Client" folder. You can find the "Mount & Blade II Bannerlord" folder inside Steam’s application library folder.
  6. Finally, upload the file to the "" site. Please write your username and this threads URL into the description box so that we can find it easier. It is appreciated if you provide more information about your PC, what you were doing while the game was recording and your graphics configuration. If the data you are trying to upload is too big or the site fails to upload, you can use an alternative site to upload your data. If you choose to do that please left a reply to this thread with the download link.
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