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I perfectly remember that one of the Bannerlord E3 videos clearly saw a city or castle being besieged by rebels. Does anyone know if this feature will be added?
Gone like all of the other other stuff they showed in some of their videos (gang fights in a city and so on).I perfectly remember that one of the Bannerlord E3 videos clearly saw a city or castle being besieged by rebels. Does anyone know if this feature will be added?
He's not fr. Rebellion already exists in the game, it's just not turned on yet. If you go into the dev console (already built into 1.4.2 +), you will see the option.are u fr? rebellions won't be added?? damn that sucks was waiting for that.
This is quite concerning.They were not able to add all new perk trees yet in 5 months, there are more missing/not working perk trees than working ones in the game already. I ´m not even sure if they will complete all perk trees in early 2021, even if they work on nothing else (like bug fixing, improving AI and so on).
And don´t forget, with each new update they add more bugs than they fix...
The mooding tools are our only hope.
Ah I almost forget about that, that´s also a good joke. The announcement of an announcement which announces maybe new content? Maybe the 5th auto save slot we all are waiting for?`Don't worry, they're "soon" done working on a new format, which can be used to tell us about upcoming stuff!
If you have this mindset, I assume you have not followed the release and development of both the original Mount and Blade and that of Warband. Code disabled features do mean much, not only because they confirm the planned features, but because it showcases that they are already half implemented, or ready in at least some form. Some of these, such as sexism towards female hero players or clans declaring independence, have been made into mods, and I advice you to search for the code disabled feature leak on these forums so you get a better idea as to whats to come.There is a lot of code in the game which is about stuff that isn´t in the game. Doesn´t mean anything.
We are still waiting since 5 months for the promised banners, they are also in the code. Modders made them work, TW not. What do you think is easier to make, banners or rebellions? Or finishing the perk trees?
There won´t be new content until they fixed all the stuff which should be already in the game, and this will take them about 2 years from now on with their speed and lack of interest because they already earned most of their money. The next money peak will be the "full" release, so let´s see if they even fix the base game before they release it again, not sure about this.
If you have this mindset, I assume you have not followed the release and development of both the original Mount and Blade and that of Warband.
Because we had years of confirming in the shape of devblogs, and we will have more in the new form of developer blogs Callum said are in the workswhy wouldn´t they talk about that stuff if they plan to implent it in the future