Hallo. I am Gabrilduro, the Developer of this Western Mod of M&B WB v. 1.158/1.167. I always dreamt of a Western videogame or of a ACW videogame and this Mod has them both and is an Rpg in 1st/3rd and strategic view. It is for a Single Player Campaign, but has also Custom Battles and a cool Multiplayer (even in Coop mode!) with playable Factions of the American Civil War and Wild Frontier, Mexican Second Empire and Indian Wars. DOWNLOAD LINK for last UPDATES of 1860s Old America is in the Update and Download section. Just click it. Sorry, but you will NOT get any assistance here. Please go to the main Homepage on Talesworld Thread and post a comment there....to get all the explainations, watch Videos, Pics and posts. Thank you Gabrilduro PS....DO NOT forget to RATE the mod in the REVIEW section, folks!!!

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Never playing regular Mount and Blade again... this mod is awesome, it plays much differently to native Mount and Blade where I wouldn't dare take on another force if it was greater than my own where as in this mod I would go in guns blazing and take em out. I would rate it 10/10 but I can't because I'm a new member, that's right I made an account just to say how good this mod is.

thank's for the mod, i realy like this mod! 10/10. this mod really fun, i'm not easily get bored! Well done man! By the way would you care to tell me all the name of sound track inside this mod? i really like the soundtrrack...

great mod cant wait for the latest update

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is a truly amazing mod. I really enjoyed playing it especially the attention to detail and the link to the historical traditions. I also invite those who have made a low rating to revise his opinions wrongly assigned

Hi Gabrilduro,

I apologize for being away from 1860's mod so long since the 0.99 G, but I restarted a new character in 0.99 T and can say that it is even more fun now. What I said about the possibilities of your mod to "reenact" the actual historical events and/or one's favourite Western movies is of course more and more true from version to version. I just discovered there's even an ironplated poncho for all those that would like to play "Fistful of Dollars"! Right now, I play as a "Fortyniner" who fled from Europe after the unsuccessful attempt to create a democratic and unified Germany in 1848... This man now works as a mercenary for American Settlers to fight in a border conflict against the Mexican Empire. Later on, he will join the Civil War on the side of the Union.

But to all who read this: you can play so many different characters in this already smooth running mod simply by choosing what kind of missions you do and what kind you don't. Become a buffalo hunter, a soldier, an outlaw, a mercenary, a trader, a gun-for-hire travelling from town to town, a native american trying to fight against the demise of his nation...

And there are matching outfits and weapons and horses and even companions for each different playstyle already there; the only thing you won't find is a "Main Quest", but that isn't fitting into the open-world-idea of M&B Warband anyway, so go on, watch some history documentations and/or Western movies and then play it from first person perspective with gun sounds and black powder smoke and of course a great soundtrack as well!

Play it - Rove it - Rate it!

touristo

10

This is a great mod, I love to mess around in it XD

Yesh!

My favorite mod for original m&b was 1866, so I had high expectations for this one. All I can say is that it delivers. Awesome mod!

Love this mod one of the few mods I always keep installed. Ai works well, weapons and clothing look great and the maps are awesome.

Forget what all the other guys are saying. This is still in beta, but boy am I having fun with this mod! Nothing feels as satisfying as leading a cavalry charge with a six shooter only to have the horse shot dead in one shot and then continuing the charge with a sabre! Well done modder, I can't wait until you finish this mod with more cities and characters!

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