Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword Crack/Patch

Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword With Fire & Sword also builds and expands upon the highly regarded combat system from Mount & Blade: Warband. Firearms have been introduced to the battlefield, opening up exciting new play-styles and options. Players can also utilize explosives for taking out groups of foes or to breach castle walls. In addition to the enhanced singleplayer mode, With Fire and Sword also provides a host of original multiplayer content including the new Captain Mode which allows players to control their own forces in online matches.

Download Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 70 / 100
User rating
6.9
Downloads 2352
Genre Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer Online, Massively Multiplayer, Fantasy
Company / Developer
Paradox Interactive / Taleworlds

Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword reviews ( 6 )

Zargham, May 17, 2011

Fire and Sword is great and a heck of an addictive game, although it is little similar to older mount and blades but i am still enjoying it. Bring of firearms in action has increased a lot of gameplay, Rifles and muskets really makes the scenario more challenging, just one shot and you are dead. the Grenades are probably the most fun part of the game, Although i would appreciate if we could hold more than 12 of them. The storyline is neither great nor bad. Although the reason i am giving this game a 10 is because of the multiplayer. which is extremely fun to play....Its just awsome, and because of the new items in the game, the multiplayer just gets better and better

seanrichardsson, Nov 17, 2015

The game is fantastic. The fighting mechanics are second to none, and the gunplay is very well integrated, which adds another layer of challenge to combat. The campaign map is pretty much the same as Warband, except of course it depicts real locations. The quest lines are interesting, although still a bit bugged. If you love Warband and are looking for a similar experience, this game is for you.

Falrinth, Jul 22, 2011

This review is about multiplayer - im not a fan of single player games, so i hoped into multiplayer right in the first day. Single player is for civilians! I was bit sceptic about this game. Even after buying it on sale, i didnt run it for several days cause i have other games to play. After playing it however i felt in love and got addicted to it - Long time i havent spend whole days and nights with a game and feeling the hunger for more. At begining game might be frustrating, cause it takes day or two to feel the combat mechanics, but after you do that, you will also love this game. Combat system is epic and very skill-rewarding. Mounted combat is just awesome, just grab your sabre, sword, pike, pistol, bow or whatever you like and slash, pierce, chop or shoot your way trough enemies in game up to 64 players (not including troops players command in "captain" game modes). Gunpowder weapons adds to the athmoshpere covering battlefields with smoke. They are not very accurate tho and takes some time to reload. Melee combat is awesome. Its all about 3-4 directions of swings/thrusts and 4 direction parries + optional shield block. Very easy to learn, but hard to master. For example when you see enemy player raising weapon left, you can parry left, and the fencing begins :) If only parries-counterattacks and kick ability would be more rewarding in foot, melee combat i would give this game 10. I also expected some mediocre graphics at best and i was positively suprised. Game looks great. Animations are fluid. Seems they made them all with motion capture system so they are very natural. Also there is a ragdoll system which adds to the satisfaction when you put someone else's horse on your pike or slash a throat of enemy while galloping on your horse and then see him falling from his horse spouting blood. If you like skill-based, fast-paced multiplayer combat with mounts, swords and guns you must definitely try this game, you wont regret. So far i have had much more fun from this game than from any 50-Euro-League's games. And i have played a lot. p.s. There is also co-op mode. I have seen plenty of servers running "Captain Co-op" where players build their squads and command them, defending against waves of AI controlled armies.

jimicool234, Aug 31, 2012

Ich finde das Spiel Sehr Sehr gut gelungen und ein einfacher mod ist es nicht es hat seine eigene gute Story und es ist um längen besser als Mount & Blade: Warband, allerdings und das finde ich bei allen teilen von Mount & Blade so, das spiel ist Trocknen nach einer weile macht man nur das selbe.

JimCorbett, Nov 20, 2014

Basically the same as Warband except there are firearms. They change the game a lot since they're usually 1-2 hit kills. The most disappointing part was the poorly utilized "main quests" which are full of bugs and you'll often find yourself having to reload old saves to progress them. Also, the map is bad. I know it's based on real life and the factions are real life factions as well. But the map is super boring. It's just an open flat area with a few rivers and bodies of water on the north and south. It's not interesting and makes for a mess when enemies can just wander anywhere they want since there are very few choke points.

KannedFarU, May 20, 2011

Pros:Hmmm... I do like that the game kinda leans you toward a direction to go story wise, but still gives you the option of total sandbox. I love the inclusion of guns into the game, and leveling up your character to be good with firearms is just as exciting as doing it with swords and bows. Firearms also changes the entire face of battle, charging into groups will almost always spell death now, and battles take much less time (no more chasing after that guy on a horse with a bow for 15 minutes, just shoot him dead!).Cons:The game seems much more difficult for some reason. I'm always strapped for cash, and I can take out these massive loans, but am expected to repay them after a short amount of gameplay (with interest!). I hate that I can't recruit villagers anymore, you can now micro manage your army's equipment too, but it's really kind of overload especially since you have no money ever. I found the only way to really play this game is to take out a huge loan, hire a huge army, and just start raiding villages. It kind of takes away the good guy element that some players probably want to embrace. Ugh and the side quests are horrendous. I was asked to deliver some wine to a village within 7 days, and for some reason that alerts every bandit to your presence. You cant even make it halfway across the map before you are overwhelmed, captured by bandits and have all of your goods (that you're supposed to deliver) taken from you. I was asked to deliver a majestic horse to a prince or something in some castle. The quest itself had a trigger to have me ambushed and captured and the horse taken from me. Ugh another failed quest -.- and im broke have no weapons no horse no allies no army how can I even recover from this bankruptcy? Finally, got a small army up and received a quest to kill bandits. I was only able to find 3 groups of bandits so i was paid about 120 gold total. not enough to buy even a sh*tty pair of boots. Sooooo frustrating.