Paradox Interactive and Taleworlds Entertainment today announced the next DLC for popular action RPG Mount & Blade Warband. Napoleonic Wars is a multiplayer expansion pack that will take players back to the final years of Napoleon’s conquest in this massive update for the definitive open-world sandbox series.
Developed by Flying Squirrel Entertainment and Taleworlds Entertainment, Napoleonic Wars will support multiplayer battles of up to 250 soldiers and enables players the chance to create a character from 220 unique units available, all hailing from five different European nations. Fight battles with your tried and true sabre or utilize newly introduced artillery pieces such as cannons and rockets in this historically accurate and immersive 19th century experience like no other.
Mount & Blade Warband: Napoleonic Wars will feature accurate early 19th century weapons, uniforms and environments, massive multiplayer battles with up to 250 players, 5 nations with more than 220 unique units to choose from, a wide range of artillery pieces ranging from field cannons to mortars, capable of firing a variety of missiles such as canister, explosive shells and even rockets that will be fully controllable by players.
Mount & Blade Warband: Napoleonic Wars promises to also sport finely crafted game balance insuring player skill is the hero of the battlefield. Players will be able to construct barricades, dig trenches, and rig explosives with the multi-purpose Engineer class and lead squads of soldiers against each other in the new commander battle mode . Last but not least, the game will also come with more than 40 classical background music tracks.
Mount & Blade Warband: Napoleonic Wars is slated for launch later this Spring. Enjoy its trailer!
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