Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is set in a fictional world, resembling the middle ages. Players will play on 1 of 7 game types including Duel, Free for all and King of the hill. Once players have chosen their game type. They will have to join the Mason Order or the Agatha Knights. Players then have to choose one of four classes. These classes include, Archer, Man at Arms. Vanguard and Knight. Each class has its own traits and can affect the game in various ways. Many online players will have a favourite character, so be sure to try all classes to find what suits you.
Archers are great for long distance and are great for picking off players in groups. This makes them fantastic support roles that will add depth to any online battle. Man at Arms server has a great all-round class that adds plenty of speed to the game. Players will often use this character in larger maps. This is due to their quickness and the ability to roam around the map quicker than the other classes.
Vanguards are a cross between Knights and Man at Arms, often seen as versatile characters. He is both reliable, strong and has a great set of pole-arms for long distant combat. Knights are the tanks of the game and will often be at the front of the battlefield offering high damage. This is due to their high stats and strength which allows them to cut down weaker, unprepared players. Choosing the right character in this game is important as it will help your team achieve victory.
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare server hosting has few hosts as the game has a small community. This means that very few 3rd party companies have bothered to add hosting this game to their sites.
Yet a few bigger hosts do offer the service and you can find out more about these hosts on CompareGameHosting. Games can hold up to 32 players on each team, so a dedicated server is usually a great option. This also gives the freedom to adapt server configurations in the command lines. Which will need to be change to allow for the deadliest warrior expansion pack. For more information on server features we recommend checking out the website. The steam community is also a great open source community for server help.
Torn Banner Studios developed the Half Life 2 Mod: Age of Chivalry. This was the original inspiration for Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. The mod came out in 2007 and received constant updates from the developers until late 2010. Torn Banner Studio then went on to release their first game in 2012. The game received a wealth of interest and went on to win the 2012 “Indie of the year” award.
The Developers have since released another 2 games, NeverMine and Mirage: Arcane Warfare. Both being team based games that stay true to the developers style. Apart from these 3 titles, developers have been very quiet recently. This would suggest that they are not currently working on any new titles.
If you are keen on the historical element to your online multiplayer gaming then check out Blackwake. In Blackwake you and your team command a pirate ship along with all its weapons and systems to take on other enemy pirate ships. Teamwork is the key and keeping in touch with your comrades will lead to the path of success.
The game hasn’t got a massive following but those who do play it speak highly of the games potential.
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If you want to play Chivalry I would suggest just buying the original game rather than Deadliest warrior as sadly a few of the characters are way too overpowered. The normal game offers a nice range of different characters that suit different play styles.
Great mix of classes and maps for this game that keep us playing all year round.
Medieval Warfare is a breath of fresh air for an FPS gamer like myself as it gave me the ability to move away from Battlefield and try something new. Great game - worth picking up if you ever see it on sale.
The best bit about this game is the death animations. That’s not just me sounding proper cringe. Loads of the kill scenes are funny as hell. I lost my arm! I lost my head! Arrow to the chest and then fall down a cliff! Mint GAME.