Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Old Discussion Thread

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well by that interview armagan is basically saying that if they release now it will have negative feedback surely even on early access...


Not a good sign surely... maybe not a sign at all... but maybe bad or reasonable... or it could be extremely bad. Who can tell.



All in all i think the game will be great. BUT its clear that taleworlds didnt have a good plan when they started making the game and that is showing on the delay plus the indecisiveness, reworking core features and what not. If they had started on 2011 or something more professionaly it would be released already. I guess because of the nature of warband and the first mount and blade taleworlds didnt learn much on the actual making new games from the ground up professionaly with a big team so this is their first try.

We can be sure the next after bannerlord will be a piece of cake and easy ride development..... They need some outside hires to organize them... polish guys from cd projekt red esque
 
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Wulfburk said:
well by that interview armagan is basically saying that if they release now it will have negative feedback surely even on early access...
No, he didn't, he literally says they're making the finishing touches, and they will release it once they're happy with it. He literally said that. Not a word about early access. Maybe the game is great but they still want to fix some things, like that bad clipping in the armour.
 
Sasquatch_Punter said:
Doesn't the Turkish government subsidize Taleworlds? How does that work? Maybe it's encouraging Armagan to drag out development?
From what I understand, Taleworlds gets funding from some Turkish gov initiative to spur domestic video game/entertainment media industry growth, and Taleworlds has been to talks and conferences and such for domestic game development. No idea how much they're paid or what specifically they have to do to remain eligible for it, a Turkish forumite would probably know more.
 
The speculations about Gov. funding came from one minister's two different visits to Taleworlds, it could be just normal visit and there could be no funding or whatsoever. Or maybe there is a funding (but there is no proof) and minister wanted to see where does the money go. We don't actually know anything about this, and TW didn't make any talk about that before afaik.
 
Nymeris said:
Wulfburk said:
well by that interview armagan is basically saying that if they release now it will have negative feedback surely even on early access...
No, he didn't, he literally says they're making the finishing touches, and they will release it once they're happy with it. He literally said that. Not a word about early access. Maybe the game is great but they still want to fix some things, like that bad clipping in the armour.

being happy with it is different than saying when we are sure it wont get negative feedback. And that is what he literally said.

Yeah nothing about early access tho.
 
Nymeris said:
Kaiji said:
VictorF said:
6 years in the making and no idea of when it's going to come out doesn't sound like an organized and professional development model.

It sounds like a poorly organized group of amateurs. These guys are clearly lost and confused without Paradox holding them to deadlines.

All that talk about being determined to "get the game in our hands as soon as possible" at the E3 before this one was just flat out patronizing lies, akin to patting a dog on the head.

We all know the game is in a playable state. You've said yourselves it's basically complete and just needing final polish. Put the damn thing in Early Access so the modders can start fixing it like they do with everything else you guys release.

Easily the most ignorant, casually oblivious gaming company I've ever experienced in several decades of gaming.
This ignorant, casually oblvious gaming company made a medieval RPG so good that other companies started copying it.
You're just another overly dramatic 12yo who's mad because a presentation didnt meet his expectations. They will release a great game once its finished They clearly learned from Viking Conquest and now you're punishing them for it? Get the **** out of here, go to the Steam Forum cancer to put your stupid nonsense complaints.
Keep working Taleworlds, the grown ups are proud of you :smile:

Yes, I'm a 12 year old who's been gaming for several decades. It seems you were so excited about trashing my opinion by resorting to embarrassingly unoriginal schoolyard insults that you forgot how to understand English.

And I'm not disappointed by the "presentation". It's precisely what I expected from Taleworlds: Very little.

They need to stop lying through their teeth about being determined to get the game in our hands and just release the damn thing. It's playable, so let us play it. Let the modders get started on reworking Taleworld's bad design decisions instead of waiting several more months to get this essential process started.
 
There is one poll in reddit about would you whether prefer to play DEMO or not, poll's strawpoll url is; http://www.strawpoll.me/13193843

In my opinion, this would be cool to try demo by ourselves, i don't know the technical possibilities of this by taleworlds side.
 
I'd be fine with them taking as much time as is needed in their eyes to perfect the game. It'll be one of the few games I'd deign to fork out money for and I wholeheartedly support their decision to release it whenever they please, giving us whatever information they please, when they deem fit.
It's much, much, MUCH, better than the sorry excuses for "games" that companies have pumped out recently.

I've been waiting for the game the same amount of time as you guys and I'd wait longer if needed.
 
Grumpy181155 said:
Machiavelli15 said:
Im sure we will get a Releasedate at Gamescom this year or a short time after that

You mean like SOON after that eh?

Ahhh Gamescom, since E3 is pretty much over and there won't be any more news, time to start speculating about Gamescom.
In regards of a release date, imho, it could go three ways:

1. Soon
2. We'll release it when we're happy with it
3. Release date announced, too bad it's 2020

Yus. These will be two fun months to wait.
 
Remember another game (Duke Nukem Forever) that was not going to be released until it's "perfect"? Remember how it turned out after the release? I `member....

You know what might be great? Is to get the modding community involved and playing with their "modding kit" sooner rather then latter. After all, mods is one of the reasons both original m&b and warband did well.
 
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