This Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord trailer is appropriately epic

One of the games truly deserving of that word The Mount & Blade series is easily one that I have no qualms...

One of the games truly deserving of that word

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The Mount & Blade series is easily one that I have no qualms about using the word “epic.” The word definitely became stale after much overuse in years past, but seeing things like Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord in action reminds me what the word truly means.

A new trailer was dropped at the PC Gaming Show during E3, and man does it do a great job of getting me hyped up. Giant, player-driven melee battles between factions never looked so damn good. No juicy details were revealed yet, but this trailer is enough to tide me over until we know the specifics.

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