32 hours. Fun game but somehow combat and sieges happen so quickly. Guess thats a good thing, I remember how I dreaded invading Rivacheg in warband since sieges took forever, but now it seems to be resolved in less than ten minutes. Doesn't help that I have more time. I have no issues with the game but somehow a siege in gekokujo at later levels when I'm fielding 500 troops feels more satisfying than 'accelerated sieges' in Bannerlord.
That reminds me of a siege I had in warband. I was defending sungetche castle against a vaegir invasion. I had 200 soldiers against their ~1500 and I won with very low casualties. The wonders a 2h axe behind a merlon could do in Warband.. somehow everything in Warband felt so rewarding, even though, you rarely got anything (I literally got 2+ relation with Sanjar Khan from that siege defense). I think it largely has to do with it being the first time something like this existed. We are now used to owning awesome castles and leading huge armies into war. Not sure, but it might just be the lack of new content, that diminishes this sense of gratification.