Mount And Blade Warband Napoleonic Wars Crack 1.104
Mount and Blade Warband Napoleonic Wars 1.104: A Review
Mount and Blade Warband Napoleonic Wars is a multiplayer DLC expansion pack for Mount and Blade Warband, a medieval action role-playing game developed by TaleWorlds Entertainment. The DLC features the final years of the Napoleonic Wars, a series of conflicts that took place in Europe from 1803 to 1815 between the French Empire and its allies, and a coalition of European powers led by Britain, Russia, Austria, and Prussia.
In this article, we will review the latest version of the DLC, 1.104, which was released on April 19, 2012. We will cover the main features, gameplay, graphics, sound, and mods of the DLC, and give our verdict on whether it is worth buying or not.
The DLC offers a variety of features that enhance the multiplayer experience of Mount and Blade Warband. Some of the main features are:
Five nations with more than 395 unique units to choose from: France, Britain, Russia, Austria, and Prussia. Each nation has its own infantry, cavalry, artillery, and special units, such as musicians, engineers, sappers, and rocketeers.
A wide range of artillery pieces ranging from field cannons to mortars, capable of firing a variety of missiles such as canister, explosive shells and even rockets - all fully controllable by players.
Finely crafted game balance ensuring player skill is the hero of the battlefield, not the gun or the sword. The DLC aims to recreate the historical accuracy and realism of the Napoleonic warfare, with factors such as wind, gravity, bullet drop, and accuracy affecting the combat.
Construct barricades, dig trenches, and rig explosives with the multi-purpose Engineer class. Engineers can also repair damaged structures and artillery pieces.
Special musician units with drums, fifes, bagpipes or trumpets, able to play historically accurate tunes; all recorded and played by award winning musicians. Musicians can boost the morale of their allies and intimidate their enemies with their music.
Lead squads of soldiers against each other in the new commander battle mode. In this mode, each player commands a squad of AI-controlled soldiers that follow their orders. The mode supports up to 200 players per server.
Experience thrilling Naval battles on one of the games Frigates, Schooners or rowboat. Naval battles feature realistic water physics, ship damage, boarding actions, and naval artillery.
Destructible environments; players can use a range of artillery and explosives to destroy various buildings, bridges, walls and other structures.
Wage war on more than 70 maps, ranging from the Russian steppe to the Spanish Peninsular. The maps are based on historical locations and battles of the Napoleonic Wars.
The gameplay of Napoleonic Wars is similar to that of Mount and Blade Warband, but with some differences and additions. The game modes include:
Battle: A team deathmatch mode where two teams fight until one team has no more reinforcements left.
Siege: A mode where one team defends a fortification while the other team tries to capture it by destroying its gates or walls.
Conquest: A mode where two teams compete for control over strategic points on the map.
Deathmatch: A free-for-all mode where every player fights for themselves.
Duel: A mode where two players fight each other in a one-on-one combat.
Commander Battle: A mode where each player commands a squad of AI-controlled soldiers that follow their orders.
The gameplay is fast-paced and intense, requiring quick reflexes and tactical thinking. The combat system is based on directional attacks and blocks with melee weapons or firearms. The firearms have realistic reloading times and accuracy depending on the type and condition of the weapon. The melee combat is fluid and responsive, allowing for feints, parries, kicks, and combos. The cavalry combat is also dynamic and exhilarating, with horses having their own health and stamina bars. The artillery combat is challenging and rewarding, requiring careful aiming and timing to hit the target. The naval combat is also fun and immersive, with ships having different speeds, maneuverability, and firepower.
The graphics of Napoleonic Wars are decent but not outstanding. The game uses the same engine as Mount and Blade Warband, which is dated by today's standards. The textures, models, and animations are not very detailed or realistic, and the lighting and shadows are not very impressive. However, the game does have some nice visual effects, such as smoke, fire, blood, and explosions. The game also has a large variety of uniforms, weapons, and equipment for each nation, which are well-designed and authentic. The game also supports custom skins and banners for players to customize their appearance.