Chivalry 2 has just loaded through the gates, bringing players together between systems in cross-platform clashes cross-platform between 64 knights screaming, flaming, cutting and cutting. Not only the number of players makes the battles of Chivalry 2 even bigger than before. Their giant team goal maps are multi-stage battles that launch the two teams into increasingly intense clashes. Each map tells its own story, as do the chaotic medieval melodies of the big screens that inspired them. Some start with sieges that turn into frantic looting of cities. Others are chaotic night raids that go from burning barricades to attacking a fort. The biggest battles in Chivalry 2 will keep you constantly fighting your nails to achieve the next goal.
The siege of Rudhelm is just one of five huge battles. He appears after what has apparently been weeks of siege in Rudhelm, where he will play as the Masonic Order defending the fortress and its heir or attackers Agatha Knights making its final assault. You’ll be able to show off your first-person combat skills, like in team deathmatch or free maps, but there’s also a strategic level to think about. The winning side depends on your team's ability to defend goals and use the map to their advantage.
As Agatha knights, you will begin to escort giant siege towers into Rudhelm's walls, making your way to the gates to overwhelm the defenders. A progress bar at the top of the screen shows you how it's going, but the other indicator of your success is all the chaos around you. You will need to keep a close eye on the battlefield to see which of your more than 30 teammates need your help with a blade in the back of a mason slag.
Once the siege towers are successfully escorted, the fight changes. You will break down the gates of the fortress on the city streets inside and your priorities will change. You are now in smaller spaces, surrounded by burning knights and arrows passing through your head from an archer leading to the walls.
Even before reaching Rudhelm's last fortress, the map is full of surprises. Like his other battles, Rudhelm contains the ability of Chivalry 2 to blend the sad limbs and slapstick-style war humor. Trap doors along walls can be controlled by a lever, for example, that leads unsuspecting fighters (and perhaps your own teammates) to an untimely reappearance. It's all glorious madness, surrounded by sword-breakers and custom fighters from your teammates.
Torn Banner has announced that it also has huge plans after the release of Chivalry 2. The studio wants to double the size of the game with new maps, new ways to fight and more. Like the epic and chaotic maps, it has already done so, a sixth newly developed team goal map called Galencourt will offer its own set of goals. It will start with Mason players harassing the defenses of the epic city with catapults and siege ramps, and then storm through the perfectly manicured city streets as it heads to the bright summit of the White Cathedral. In the midst of all the chaos, fighting on several levels on the city dock docks the peaks with the bombing of two ships moored. This great map is sure to have its own unique tricks and surprises for both teams. Maybe the beautiful city of Galencourt will look a little less virgin when covered in blood, but that’s the beauty of Chivalry 2.
Lathe Banner announcement for Galencourt and his roadmap sneak peeks reveal even more. Horse fighting will end up coming, as there are more maps, new weapons, character voices, armor, and more on the immediate horizon. Torn Banner also plans to add competitive and other game modes with a smaller number of players for those who want to really see their sword skills shine in more compact encounters. The Chivalry 1’s arrow camera will also return, for that extra touch of cinema.
Chivalry 2 is planned to grow, but you’ll want to start working on your feints and battle cries sooner. Chivalry 2 is available on your computer using Epic games store, PS4, PS5, Xbox One i Xbox X / S Series with multiplayer multiplatform for each platform.