Introduction:Rome at War is a Third Century B.C. themed Multiplayer Mod (with SP in alpha stage) develloped for Mount and Blade Warband V. 1.153-1.158
thank u sir
So .... no SP?
Singleplayer is included and reworked.
He's playing with his kock!
how to use low resolution graphic for 32 bit?
go to Modules\RaW 2.4
and overwrite all the textures with is included in the low res pack
Das ist eine gut mod!
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Which version of Mount and Blade I need?
At least 1.143 for SP and 1.153+ at least for Multiplayer, latest version which is installed automatically with steam works fine (1.158) and is the recommended version to play the mod.
I hope this isn't like the last one, RaW 1, that was extremely easy and high tier romans are too easy to get on the first one, i hope its different!
i got a problem when iam in a battle my pc stopped and the game isn't responding pc contains 1G video Card 2ram the version of mount and blade war band 1.158 i've downloaded mod without Musci DLC Could any one help me
2gb ram probably means that you are using 32 bit operation system
so you should try low resolution texture pack
I'm Already Using It
I've solved the 1st Problem the 2nd is Runtime error what should i do ?
Runtime errors are frequently associated to memory errors in this case lack of RAM memory, I believe Rgcotl ran some tests and at least 2.6 Gb of RAM were necessary to launch everything properly if I remember correctly.
Thanks For Ur Help
well i newer tested game with low resolution textures
so it is hard to say how much rams that would require
but for 32 bit OS users i would recomend to check 32 bit solutions
and get at least 10GB of free HDD space in the C disc
well that is totally imposibile at the moment
size limits they using are way to small for any raw version we ever released :D
might be the favorite 32 bit OS problem
when i attacked Capua my warriors waiting for something but i couldnt figure out im giving the order but they are like on the treadmill
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