Still Not Worthy
While I appreciate your attempt at subtlety, implying I'm a retard and don't enjoy "real" multiplayer (or what us non-retarded people call "adversarial" or "competitive" multiplayer, being both descriptive and non-condescending terms) is both ignorant and insulting. You can insult me all you'd like and I doubt you'll be particularly innovative on that front, but allow me to direct you to the entire North American competitive Warband community as a counter-point to your insinuation that I don't enjoy "real" multiplayer. If it'll help clear things up, they all call me Marnid. I'm even in a few lists of theirs.578 said:The good thing is that you realise that you are wasting your time with could-bes. TW already gave an answer. Enjoy the pointless discussion of a minimal feature along with all the others. Needless to say, I'm sure the game will feature a modded co-op, for those who don't enjoy real multiplayer. There is always a line between things. TW first said that they want to make the game playable in 2015, then 2016, then 2017 and now its 2018. There's a fine line between patience and complete retardation.
TaleWorlds has never been a studio to make their production schedule public and keep to it. Ever see an actual date on anything they put out about when it'll be available? Callum's weekly blogs are the only predictable things on the timetable. I've been around for their two past betas and retail releases, and the only times we knew something was coming up for certain was when the version numbers approached 1.0. Without even that for Bannerlord currently, there's no telling when it's going to be available. They've said what they would like to do, what they want to do, but we don't always get what we want, hmm? They would've liked a playable state in 2016, they wanted to get the game into public testing late this year (still time for that), but guess what? No dice. It will come when it comes, which is how it's always been with TaleWorlds.
Why get upset (or go extremely mad, as the case may be) about something beyond your control? It'll happen eventually, and getting worked up about it now won't push it along any faster. If you can't abide waiting for something that you have absolutely no influence over without becoming emotionally unstable, then yes, sorry, you are most certainly impatient.
On a side note, calling coop a "minimal feature" is remarkably ignorant. After multiplayer in general, it has probably been the most commonly suggested feature for the franchise since its inception. There's clearly significant demand for it, and considering the scale of such a feature it wouldn't be minimal in any conceivable way. But please, if you want to be asinine, don't let me stop you. I'd just recommend you not call me retarded again. Pot calling the kettle black, and all that.