A new patch Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord has dropped, bringing a lot of changes and fixes to the open world role-playing game. Most of the changes have been tested in beta over the last month or so, but have now been incorporated into the appropriate game. Just as a squire becomes a knight, so do these solutions that were young.
Some of the most notable changes to version e1.6.0 include a single-player Ironman game mode, for those looking for a hardcore experience with no opportunities. Once you select the Ironman option while creating characters, you will not be able to turn off mode again. It will limit your campaign to a single save file, and each will overwrite the last one. Look at your step, in other words.
There’s also a fun duel mode that sounds in multiplayer, so two players can play one-on-one. A special map for duels has been created, called Proving Grounds, which has different zoned areas for infantry, cavalry and ranged combat. Each zone has multiple scenarios for your duels, which should keep things cool from fight to fight. Win the first player to win in three rounds of combat.
There's a lot more to the patch notes: a quick text search for "lock" results in almost 40 instances of the word in both single-player and multiplayer, so if you've had stability issues , we hope the patch fixes them. There have also been several adjustments to the user interface that should make things easier such as managing parties and arranging encyclopedias.
Some bonuses and fines related to your character's culture have also been adjusted, and initial attribute points and focus points on character creation have been increased. A new drafting feature has been added, which will allow you to create weapons for notable characters, which can increase your position with them (or decrease it, if you don't meet their expectations), as well. to allow you to gain some gold and XP.
You can read the full patch notes here.