Muster the mod-makers! Official modding tools have finally arrived within Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord with bespoke editors and toolsets for that feudal romp entering open up beta today. While the absence of these tools hasn’capital t stopped stubborn modders from getting a crack at Bannerlord, it will now be easier than actually to bash together your personal weird twist on TaleWorld’h sword-swinging sequel.
As described, Bannerlord hasn’t been missing in mods so far – heck, we compiled our personal list of the very best Mount & Blade 2 mods, while He Bassil dove to the hows plus whys of mod-making without formal support back in June.
Still, formal mod tools should come since welcome news to folk who’ve been waiting to rip down Bannerlord’s keep plus remake it in their personal image. Released in beta nowadays, the toolset contains two major toolsets – a Scene Publisher for piecing together worlds, plus a bundle of Resource Editors to produce the scripts, clothes, props plus sounds you’ll be filling up them with.
To obtain you started, the devs possess put together an hour-long video running through the new chart editor (above). You’ll want to own Bannerlord to gain access to the mod tools, of training course, and should now appear within the “Tools” tab associated with your Steam library. Given it’s a beta, things continue to be a little fiddly – you’ll need to hit CTRL-E in the game’s major menu to access the various tools, plus much of the documentation is definitely still a work-in-progress.
Even so, I’m always thrilled to see what modders may bring us with the correct tools. Without them, they offered us these very big guys. Just imagine the giants these people could give us with the particular developer’s blessing.