Europe 1200 gets ported to Warband. With a bigger map, more factions, and loads of new content. A reallistic mod that takes the player to the Middle Ages, when more than 20 different factions fight for their own expansion and glory.
Public Beta Released. With 4 new factions, the Principality of Arber, the Bulgarian Tsardom, the Principality of the Rhodopes and the Kingdom of Poland. Further work on scenes, a map expansion, and reworked Military Orders, among other implementations.
The seventh public beta of Europe 1200 Warband has been released. Including 4 new factions, work on scenes, new enhancements and features, and a map expansion, as we start to cover Eastern-Europe.
Command your party and find your way to glory in the Western and Central Europe of 1200. Will you fight over the English Crown ? Or perhaps serve under the orders of Polish Nobles?
With this beta we've added 4 new historical factions, the Principality of Arber, the Bulgarian Tsardom, the Principality of the Rhodopes and the Kingdom of Poland. This version includes 133 new settlements and a bunch of new items, among with a good number of fixes, and a great lot of enhancements. Military Orders also got revised.
Just like we've said in previous messages, Europe 1200 aims for a complete Europe, and the team is working on all the independent historical factions that existed in 1200. From West to East. We started with Iberia, and we'll finish with Egypt and the Crusader States. In the end the player will be able to travel from Toledo to Costantinople, and take part in any conflict.
Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like Europe 1200 (Warband). We love games like Mount & Blade: Warband that have opened themselves up to modding. Because of communities like Workshop, Nexus, Curse, RTSL, GameBanana and Mod DB, more games support modding today than ever before.
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