A Chivalry 2 Roadmap Preview has been revealed by the developers, giving us a first look at the kind of new content we can expect going forward.
Chivalry 2 is the highly-anticipated follow-up to 2012's Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, a game that's all about multiplayer battles with medieval weapons like swords, bows, and polearms. It's finally available to play and some players might be curious about future content. Now, a preview of the game's roadmap has been revealed by the developers.
What's Coming in the Chivalry 2 Roadmap?
The Chivalry 2 Roadmap Preview is a Trello board that is split into six sections for its launch. The first section has the standard roadmap disclaimer that pretty much anything could change at any time, so keep that in mind — nothing here is guaranteed until it actually launches.
A "General Priority List" is at the top of the list, aiming to address some common problems that players are experiencing. These include degradation in server performance and addressing problems with the party system, one of which could see your teammates erroneously end up on the opposing team.
The game's first patch will fix party and party invite issues on the Epic Games Store. Patch #2 is aiming to work an issue where the loadout menu makes you miss spawns while also adding a console server browser.
And here's where we get into the meat of things: the Chivalry 2 Roadmap Preview lists a whole bunch of content for the first major content update:
- Team Objective-Galencourt
- New maps
- New character voices
- More character customizations
- Bug fixing, polish[,] and balance work
- Arrow Cam
- Text chat moderation tools
- Player Profile Screen
- And much more!
Finally, there's the "Content Sneak Peek" section. We can look forward to Horse, competitive game modes, and more arriving in the coming months. Unfortunately, that's about it to start; you can check out the full Chivalry 2 Roadmap Preview to see it for yourself. If you haven't yet jumped into this great game, you can buy Chivalry 2 for PC and consoles via its official website starting at $39.99 or your regional equivalent.
What do you think of this first look at the Chivalry 2 Roadmap? Have you been enjoying the game so far? Let us know in the comments below!