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Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord Difficulty Settings Guide – Don’t Use Realistic

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Understanding Mount and Blade 2: difficulty settings is crucial to your overall performance and survival in the game. If you are unfamiliar with this franchise and its gameplay mechanics, make sure you start off with easier modes. In this guide, we will discuss the game’s difficulty settings and why you shouldn’t use the realistic mode.

Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord Difficulty Settings

The difficulty settings aren’t global, instead, developers have divided them into different areas. For example, you can tone down the difficulty of its political system while maintaining a challenging combat system. You can adjust 7 different areas to your liking. Each setting option has three options easy (hard), very easy(normal), realistic (out of its damn mind).

You can change settings at any point in the game. Realistic mode is something new players shouldn’t touch outside of a few options. It will make life extremely hard for you.

Difficulty Settings for New Players

  • Friendly Troops Received Damage (how much damage your allies take but this excludes you. It puts enemies and your allies on equal grounds): Realistic
  • Friendly Parties Received Damage (how much damage your party members take but this excludes you. It puts enemies and your parties on equal grounds): Realistic
  • Player Received Damage (how much damage you take): Easy
  • Recruitment Difficulty (how hard it is to recruit): Easy
  • Map Movement Speed: Easy
  • Enable Death: On
  • Auto Allocate Clan Member Perks: On

Difficulty Settings for Experienced Players

  • Friendly Troops Received Damage (how much damage your allies take but this excludes you. It puts enemies and your allies on equal grounds): Realistic
  • Friendly Parties Received Damage (how much damage your party members take but this excludes you. It puts enemies and your parties on equal grounds): Realistic
  • Player Received Damage (how much damage you take): Realistic
  • Recruitment Difficulty (how hard it is to recruit): Realistic
  • Map Movement Speed: Realistic
  • Enable Death: On
  • Auto Allocate Clan Member Perks: On

This blend of difficulty settings should help you get a better experience in Mount and Blade 2. Of course, you can tweak them to your liking at any point in the game. If you need more help with the game check out Mount and Blade 2 Wiki.

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