Mount & Blade Warband: Napoleonic Wars DLC announced

Paradox Interactive have announced the next DLC for the immensely popular action RPG Mount & Blade Warband; Napoleonic Wars that will take players to the final years of Napoleon’s conquest in a massive update for the definitive open-world sandbox series.

Developed by Flying Squirrel and Taleworlds Entertainment, Napoleonic Wars will support multiplayer battles of up to 250 soldiers, and enables players to create a character from 220 unique units available from the five European nations. You'll be able to fight with sabres, on horseback, even be a musician or use the newly introduced artillery such as cannons and rockets in this historically accurate and immersive 19th century experience that no other game can provide.

" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>t & Blade Warband: Napoleonic Wars will launch later this spring.
5 comments
Comment from: David G. Paul [Visitor]
David G. Paul

surprised to hear there's more DLC... wonder what happened to Mount & Blade 2... sure that was last year sometime it got announced

2nd April 2012 @ 12:28 Reply to this comment
Comment from: David G. Paul [Visitor]
David G. Paul

been thinking... 250 player battles is the sort of thing I was thinking about a few months ago as that would make a truly awesome representation of WW2, etc.

Napoleonic Wars will do nicely though, wonder if you'll get to play in a Rifle regiment.. far more accurate than the majority of the army that used muskets

2nd April 2012 @ 12:31 Reply to this comment
Maxim Flying Squirrel Entertainment
*****

We have riflemen as well, we have so many units you can choose! check our website for more previews, screenshots and so on.

Just google our name.

Cheers,

Flying Squirrel Entertainment.

3rd April 2012 @ 11:28 Reply to this comment
Comment from: Charlotte [Member]
Charlotte

They aren't kidding either! Check this out you can even use farming instruments and broken bottles!

3rd April 2012 @ 11:55 Reply to this comment
Comment from: David G. Paul [Visitor]
David G. Paul

sweet! any details of locations other than waterloo? would be good to fight in Salamanca, or even the siege of Badajoz!

4th April 2012 @ 06:23 Reply to this comment


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