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Viking Conquest

Viking Conquest is a single and multiplayer downloadable content for Mount&Blade: Warband, released on the 11th of December 2014. It is the second DLC to be published after Napoleonic Wars.

Viking Conquest was created by those behind the mod Brytenwalda.

It takes place in Britain and the surrounding areas during the ninth century and presents authentic scenes and cultures of the Celts, Danes, and Frisians. It features both a classic sandbox mode as well as a story mode with a plot and consequences to decisions made.

On the 27th of July 2015, a major update was released which was called "Viking Conquest: Reforged Edition". The update is free to anyone who owns the DLC.

FeaturesEdit

CampaignEdit

  • Living world that evolves around you through historical and random events, with the player's actions having an effect as well.
  • Detailed map including the British Isles, Frisia, Denmark and Norway.
  • More than 300 new cities, castles, villages and special scenes to discover, explore, conquer and plunder.
  • Scenes, many based on archeological information, that allow the player to enjoy the true beauty of the Dark Age.
  • 21 kingdoms and 6 unique cultures.
  • More than 200 historical characters and 100 extra NPCs: kings, lords, ladies, bards, priests and many others. Meet legendary figures like Ivar the Boneless or his brother Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye, royalty like Harald, later known as Fairhair, or Aelfred of Wessex.
  • A dark and harsh world, where laws are weak and men forge legends.
  • A story mode where the player will be part of a complex plot involving political conspiracy, during the time the sons of Ragnar were leading their Great Heathen Army through Britain. An immersive game style with choice and consequence, romance, betrayal, moments of greatness and ruin.
  • A sandbox mode, the classic Mount&Blade system, where goals are determined by the player, but with all the richness and options offered by the new setting.
  • A system of character creation complete with personality and background options that will affect how the player relates to the world around him and the characters within it.
  • Completely new artwork to immerse you like never before in the Viking world.
  • More than 15 possible companions, with deep interaction and different personalities. Sometimes their conflicts will force you to use cunning and diplomacy.
  • A complex religion system with two faiths: the Norse gods and Christianity, featuring monasteries, special NPCs and parties. Religion is an important factor in the game that affects the player's interactions even within their own party.
  • Naval travel and warfare, a key feature to really make the setting complete.
  • Build, buy and even name your own ships.
  • Several historical types of boats: Byrding, Knorr, Snekkja, Karvi and more. Each has its own characteristics, which are affected by the quality of the materials with which it was constructed.
  • Battles can range from simple robbery to massive naval conflict between huge fleets laden with warriors, presenting a dynamic battle where you can pilot your own boat, adjusting for factors such as wind, waves, and weather.
  • Coastal assault! You can lead your boat or your fleet in rapid assaults from the sea.
  • Waves, storms, and the option to create your own Viking expedition or hire a ship for travel.
  • The option to build your own refuge, hire staff for it, and populate it with the wives and children of your troops.
  • A battle system based on what is historically known about warfare in the Viking Age.
  • Morale and battle psychology.
  • Different kinds of troops: permanent companion soldiers or landed classes called to war for specific situations.
  • Formations: shield wall, ranks, square, and wedge.
  • Tactic camera for an overview of the battlefield.
  • Improved AI.
  • Special units such as clerics, horn blowers, standard bearers and more.
  • Wounds and critical hit system.
  • Hundreds of new items, weapons and armors!
  • Detailed siege warfare system, with options to reduce a defender by hunger or morale, or by direct assault. With hard choices, plagues and famines, coastal assaults.
  • Immersive soundtrack and sounds.
  • Dog companion (with reforged edition)

MultiplayerEdit

  • Several factions to choose from including Vikings, Saxons, Irish, Britons and Picts.
  • Immersive multiplayer scenes.
  • Massive multiplayer battles.
  • Units/items with special capabilities are also present in multiplayer, along with berserk rage.
  • Optional item Deadly Bow to transform any mode.
  • Multitude of modes including dynamic sea battles, coastal assaults, warlords, deathmatch, team deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Conquest, Battle, and Siege.

MediaEdit

Mount & Blade Warband Viking Conquest - "First Gameplay" Trailer01:31

Mount & Blade Warband Viking Conquest - "First Gameplay" Trailer

External linksEdit

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