Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord Coming To Consoles October 25

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord Coming To Consoles October 25

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord will be released on October 25 on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, according to TaleWorlds Entertainment.

On that day, Bannerlord will most likely depart Steam Early Access, where it has been available since March 2020.

The Mount & Blade: Warband prequel was first revealed for consoles in 2015, years before the PC version was released in Early Access. 

Prime Matter, a Koch Media company that signed a partnership with the developers in 2021, will distribute the game on PlayStation and Xbox. 

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord will be available in retail stores worldwide as part of the arrangement, in addition to digital editions. According to the PlayStation Game Size Twitter account,

if you choose to purchase a digital copy of the game, expect to download roughly 40 GB on PS4 and 34 GB on PS5. On Xbox systems, 

the medieval strategy RPG is likely to be of equivalent size, give or take. Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord has gotten numerous upgrades on PC since March 2020,

which have brought entirely new systems, such as rebellions and jail breakouts, to the already massive project. In May, the game received a huge update that added a new war game mode for up to 120 players as well as seven new scenes.

Mount & Blade 2 has gotten great feedback from gamers, with an average of 87 percent positive user ratings on Steam, and it has also performed well financially. In an interview earlier this year,

it has also performed well financially. In an interview earlier this year, TaleWorlds Entertainment co-founder Armaan Yavuz claimed that the game has sold over three million copies on PC. Because a number of Mount & Blade modders have been recruited into the team over the years,