Mount&Blade II: Bannerlord

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Wellenbrecher said:
Verpisst euch doch alle mal bitte ins dreckige on-topic Wasser :grin:
Dank Welly-Belly auch im On-Topic. M&B II Bannerlord wurde nun endlich angekündigt!

Website:

http://www2.taleworlds.com

Erste Infos:

-neues Engine
-kein Module System mehr
-mehr Frieheiten beim Modden
-Calradia
-Programmiersprache: C#



Erster Teaser



Inoffiziele Konzept Kunst:






Dev Blogs:

Mount&Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog 1 - Hairy Artists

Mount&Blade II: Bannerlord Developer Blog 2 - Painted Plants

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Beobart

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Gib Ruhe und sieh zu das du n´neues Board eröffnest.

E: Was editierst du meine Posts? Pah.  :razz:
 

Darwin

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Quatsch, wir brauchen doch noch kein Board. Und hör jetzt mit dem dämlichen "II" auf.
 

Wellenbrecher

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Beobart said:
Wellenbrecher said:
Verpisst euch doch alle mal bitte ins dreckige on-topic Wasser :grin:
Danke Welly-Belly auch im On-Topic. M&B II Bannerlords wurde nun endlich angekündigt!
Interessant, wie ich null Erinenrung an den Post habe :???:

Ach ja und:
Juchey! Haha! Jubelei! Blabla, etc. pp.
 

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...Oldest italian board member Nikephoros, on April 2012 flight to Ankara/Taleworlds office to make this interview about rumors around starting works of Mount&Blade2...
...unfurtunatly there was not possible to spread out it for "over order" but since it was given the official announcement recently, now is the time to allow all to read it...

...remember that following questions was make on April2012, than some answers in the current state should be change or completly different:...
D: You have done a great job improving the combat system from M&B WB. Between the horizontal strokes of M&B and animations more elaborate WB - in which you added the possibility of kicking - there is an abyss. How are you going to do with M&B2? It will be simple evolution, or plan to totally revolutionize the system of strikes and blocks?
R: We are re-doing everything again, we are not using anything from the old games. As for the game mechanics, I know for sure we are going to work on the parry system. We implemented it into the later versions of Warband. We are also rewriting all the animations for blocking, for example. Blocking was nice, but you know, was a little “blocky”, back then. There are some attacks that you can’t just stop with an upper block, you have to divert it, we are taking care of stuff like that. It’s going to be an evolution, as you said, not a revolution. The combat system is going to be essentially the same, but it’s going to be improved. A lot. We changed programming language and everything…

D: And what about the module system?
R: there won’t be a module system anymore. It’s going to be a lot more accessible, the whole structure of the game is being rewritten, tenths of times, for the modders to do whatever they please. We created a new game from scratches. What has started as a husband and wife project has expanded, as you know, and the new code began accumulating on top of the old code. It became a little clumsy, it is natural. Have you messed with the shader file, for example?

D: I didn’t have the courage. But I remember seeing the zombie texture around the folder, a few times.
R: exactly. Many things right now are hard coded, like animations, that can’t be changed without the help of a developer. You won’t have as many limitations in M&B 2.

D: Regarding the map, will there be a new map? Will the world change, will it remain the same? How’s it going to be for single-player lovers?
R: the game, in terms of campaign and the world itself has changed like three times from now, but we are pretty confident we are going to keep this version. Let’s just say we are going to expand what you already know about Calradia.

D: You know there had been many successful modifications for the game, and one of the best known is the Strategus – cRPG, which allows the players to have some sort of multiplayer campaign. Will there be any feature like that in the game to come?
R: at this stage a multiplayer, competitive or cooperative looks still pretty difficult to make.

D: Warband opened a completely new market and a completely new fanbase for the M&B franchise. It also created a new genre for multiplayer games, a niche that some other software houses are trying to exploit. How is Taleworlds going to deal with the competition?
R: Ah, the competition… let’s just say we’ll carry on doing what we can do best: offer some historically plausible, rock-hard gameplay. That’s what we are trying to keep for the multiplayer.

D: Are you going to focus more on a more accessible playability or are you going to keep on going on the track opened by Warband?
R: Of course, there won’t be anything like a Viking battling a space marine (although it would be awesome n.d.r.), but we won’t be focusing on a specific year. No French vs. English, for example. We are going to expand, stretch and bend it a little. Let’s just say that.

D: still about the multiplayer, there is a diffused concern regarding TW’s support of the multiplayer community. In regards especially to “official” community sporting events, like the NC and the ENL, and in general the competitive side of the gaming. Will there be in M&B 2 a more stable and organized supports for clans, players, maps?
R: we have been talking about it a lot by now. The Nations’ Cup support, or the new website, which is a little old by now, but was intended to work as some sort of portal page, where you could register your profile, your serial, see the games you owned and stuff like that. Our best effort was put in creating a stable community that supported us, and for which we could produce stuff for. We are also working on some sort of official ladder, a series of official tournaments.

D: what about players IDs? Will there be a system to officially recognize player names and clans?
R: we are really thinking about it, we like the idea of a player account usable for the forums, the community, the game, the data being gathered in some separate database, accessible from other computers, for example. We are working on it.

D: And now for a particularly interesting point concerning the Italian community: will there be an official Italian translation?
R: the only translations done until now were done by players, so probably yes. The localizations were made by players who approached us, then the translations would be revised and corrected, and finally accepted.
And it is because the community OWNS the game. There have been contributions, suggestions that have been put into the game. This sense of property is maybe one of the reasons why we have such a loyal and affectionate community.

D: Still, there has been a recent controversy, which can be somehow told like this: the attitude has changed a lot since the very beginnings where community-developers interaction was the norm, to this day.
R: We are a lot bigger now. When I got hired first, there was five people at TW. Now we are 25. Working on a bigger, better, stronger game. We don’t really have much to show now, not just yet. There has been no official press release, you know, but the word is out there. But once we are ready to show something to you guys, we’ll get back on track, receiving millions and millions of tons of feedback and comments. We are going to get back on track. We are not a huge, faceless corporate company: the community is all we’ve got.
We’ll get back on track, I promise.

D: the most important question of all: in M&B2 will there be dinosaurs?
R: *laughs* only if you dig deep enough!

D: speaking of phisics, how will the players interact with the environments in M&B2?
R: It’s still very early to talk, but we would like the game environment to be interactive as much as possible. The ideal would be to have the player pick-up, destroy and throw stuff. We are rebuilding, or should I say building, a physics engine from scratches.

ciauz^^,
Jab
 

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Ich hoffe sie lassen den Multiplayer trotz allem dem jetzigem ähnlich. Mehr Content, vllt. bessere Grafik und Bugfixes. Weiß nicht ob mir ein vollkommen neues M&B gefällt  :???: Mal sehen was noch so kommt.
 

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Das klingt doch alles nicht schlecht. Wobei ich nicht wirklich verstehe, warum sie die Programmiersprache wechseln... Mit wem hat Nikephoros das Interview gemacht?
 

Darwin

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Und mir wollte der Drecksack nichts mehr verraten... >:mad:
 

+Varsung+

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Er hats geschafft, so gut wie gar nichts zum eigentlichen Spiel zu sagen. Nur, dass es besser wird. Allerdings muss man beachten, dass das Ganze 5 Monate her ist
 

Patta

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Und das jeder Entwickler sagen wird "Dieses Spiel ist besser als die Konkurrenz und die Vogänger". Also im Endeffekt bringt das ganze Interview gar nix. :grin:
 

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+Varsung+ said:
Er hats geschafft, so gut wie gar nichts zum eigentlichen Spiel zu sagen. Nur, dass es besser wird. Allerdings muss man beachten, dass das Ganze 5 Monate her ist
Patta said:
Und das jeder Entwickler sagen wird "Dieses Spiel ist besser als die Konkurrenz und die Vogänger". Also im Endeffekt bringt das ganze Interview gar nix. :grin:
1. neues Engine geben
2. kein Module System mehr
3. alles neu und benutzten nix Altess
4. mehr Frieheiten beim Modden
5. Calradia
6. Wir können auf Dinosaurier hoffen
7. etc.

Ich denke da steht schon einiges drin.
 

Patta

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Ja, aber dann wiederspricht er sich wieder, weil er sagt, sie machen alles neu, und dann sagt er wieder, dass sie das System von Warband verbessern usw.
 

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Patta said:
Ja, aber dann wiederspricht er sich wieder, weil er sagt, sie machen alles neu, und dann sagt er wieder, dass sie das System von Warband verbessern usw.
Hm? Wo soll da der Widerspruch sein?
 

Patta

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"Alles neu machen" steht meiner Meinung nach im Gegensatz zu "was bestehendes verbessern". Und selbst wenn sie sagen: Wir orientieren uns an Warband, machen aber was neues, ist das für mich ein Wiederspruch.