Step aside Mordhau
– Torn Banner Studios appeared at the PC Gaming Show and announced Chivalry 2
. This time around, you’ll be burning houses, killing peasants and taking the battle to other battles. Check out the bloody battles
below for yourself.
will see some big changes and improvements to its combat. The developer has sought to revamp the combat, movement and animation systems, allowing
for more readable actions when fighting. It’s more satisfying when two knights go at it but also more accessible.
There’s a quicker pace than before as well, allowing for more intense battles. The campiness of the series is still intact – you can beat a man with a chicken while quoting Shakespeare, for instance. Chivalry 2
is out in early 2020 and will be out first for the Epic Games Store on PC. Stay tuned for more details, especially with regards to when it will be on Steam (if at all).