Mount & Blade: Collection Edition Released; original game packaged with ‘Warband’ and ‘With Fire and Sword’

Paradox Interactive and Taleworlds Entertainment are excited to announce that the entire groundbreaking series has released today in one package as the Mount & Blade Collection with a recommended retail price of $29.99/€29.99. Developed by Taleworlds Entertainment, the Mount & Blade Collection comprises the original Mount & Blade, set in the fictional land of Calradia and introducing innovative free-form sandbox melee gameplay.
Also in the package is Mount & Blade Warband, featuring multiplayer battles with up to 64 players. Completing the collection is Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword, based on the cult novel by Nobel-prize winner Henry Sienkiewicz and offering additional multiplayer modes along with the introduction of firearms.
Mount & Blade Collection features:
-Free-form sandbox gameplay
-Be a merchant, a mercenary, a knight or a lord of the land
-Go anywhere, do anything in a world thriving with hundreds of locations
-Use one of the most intuitive medieval fighting systems ever devised
-Multiplayer battles with up to 64 players
-Multiplayer modes include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture The Flag, Conquest, Battle & Siege
‘Captain’ multiplayer mode, with up to 16 players able to command their own squad of soldiers
-Enhanced siege mechanics – storm the castle, blow up the wall, bribe an officer or poison the well/food to get past the defences

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