Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, the popular medieval RPG game developed by TalesWorlds, has just released its latest update, version 1.1.3, with patch notes now available for players. Mount & Blade 2 Bannerlord Update 1.11 features changes and improvements to both single-player and multiplayer modes.
For single-player mode, the update includes fixes for crashes that occurred due to corrupt save data when making peace with minor factions, and when transferring troops between formations with banners. Additionally, a bug that caused vassals to disappear after being promoted from a companion position has also been fixed.
Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord latest update 1.11 for the multiplayer mode not only addressed the server crash caused by a modded client but also fixed a bug that previously enabled players to use the teenage human body, ensuring a fair and seamless gaming experience for all. In terms of changes, the limit for the RoundTimeLimit server option has been adjusted to 60-3600 seconds, and the maximum number of servers that can be hosted concurrently via your server token has been increased from 5 to 50.
These updates and improvements will help enhance the gaming experience for both single-player and multiplayer modes in Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord. TalesWorlds has demonstrated their commitment to constantly improving the game and ensuring that players have the best possible experience.
As always, players can expect the developer to release new patches and updates to further enhance the gameplay experience. Fans of the game can keep an eye out for upcoming updates and patch notes from TalesWorlds.