Chivalry 2 Hands-on Impressions (PS5 and PS4) – A Wild, Crazy and Entertaining Multiplayer Medieval Fighter

If you haven’t checked out Chivalry in the past, the basic premise is there are two teams fighting on a large map and the first to kill the most players or complete a certain objective wins the match. Chivalry 2 PS5 & PS4 Hands-On ImpressionsFight, Fight, And Fight Again

But, Chivalry 2 heightens the action by offering 64 player matches, instead of the 32 offered with the first game. This effectively doubles the action and doubles the danger on the battlefield, but also the possibilities for action and sword swinging. Chivalry 2 is pretty much devoid of a lot of the story and narrative you would see from games, but the combat and multiplayer is so fun and exciting that it never got old while I was playing earlier this month. The price also reflects this, which is nice.

All of this happens while player characters scream as they charge towards enemies and limbs fly off of bodies as they are sliced apart in the chaos unfolding all around you. The action and spectacle of Chivalry 2 is really something to admire. One map starts off by having you fight alongside giant Trebuchets as they attack the castle gates ahead and the sense of scale Torn Banner Studios have created is amazing. Teaching You The Basics

Alongside, the core combat mechanics, you can block, parry, and use some equipment to throw your enemies off-balance and stun them. Oh, and of course you can throw your sword. Yep, if you spy an enemy five meters away, you are able to just throw your sword at them and save yourself the trouble of duelling with them. The core tenets of combat are that you can perform a slash, overhead, or stab attack with each taking place in real-time and having a windup. So, your hit won’t land straight away and if you swing from right to left you should turn to the left so that your sword hits your opponent early in the attack. It’s a satisfying physics-based combat system, to say the least.

The tutorial is a must for existing fans and newcomers as it teaches you all you need to know. At first, it might seem overwhelming, but once you try it, you realise how simple it is and anyone can pick up and play, with the ability to master the more in-depth mechanics, like stamina management becoming second nature as soon as you have got a handle on the core controls and systems. By far the most impressive thing I saw in my time with Chivalry 2 was the tutorial, which is incredibly detailed and thorough, highlighting every key combat mechanic, including taking on multiple enemies at once.

Variety Is The Spice Of Life Related Content – Sony PS5 Complete Guide – A Total Resource On PlayStation 5 The one issue I have with the tutorial is that the narrator sounds so unbelievably obnoxious that I can only describe them as having “a thick regional English accent, whilst also being so drunk they are barely able to string a sentence together”. In the long run, it doesn’t have too much of an effect, but in the moment it was possibly the worst thing I have heard in months.

News Highlights Games

  • Headline: Chivalry 2 Hands-on Impressions (PS5 and PS4) – A Wild, Crazy and Entertaining Multiplayer Medieval Fighter
  • Check all news and articles from the Gaming news updates.

Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team.

This news is republished from another source. You can check the original article here

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.