Chivalry 2 was released late last year for PS4 and XB1 and made us gamers happy with its upgrade to new-gen consoles. We played it and had a lot of fun with it. If you’re a gamer, you should check it out. The sequel is now out on PS4 and XB1 on March 20, 2018. Chivalry 2 is the quickest and highly recommended game to play this year.
It provides a rough and punk attitude at all times. However, at the same time, it’s fantastic for people who can focus on strategy, strategy, and then more strategy.
Chivalry 2 Official Trailer
Chivalry 2 GamePlay
Chivalry 2 gameplay is reminiscent of the old game. It feels good to shoot the little birds at the end of the enemy’s chains. The Chivalry 2 team is about to dive headfirst into the latest version of the project. You might have seen the progress bar go to the right at any time, but now we’re ready to reveal the larger scope of the work. The team is making great strides towards bringing the features and mechanics that fans have been requesting since the game’s release to life.
Chivalry 2 comes with a new dialogue-based presentation, presenting me with dialogues and a unique game style guide description regarding various skills and actions. The Action Game and animation are astonishing, so you have the power to move the character and fight, and it’s incredibly fluid. I must point out that one of the biggest causes for disappointment for my review will be that I had a beautiful customization mode, but since you’re not able to use weapons for 2 seconds before they respawn.
It’s a slasher in the sense that it provides the element of cinematic & simple warfare that old school fans are wanting. It is incredible to move and shake like this with the simplicity of the weapon.
Chivalry 2 System Requirements
- OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 (64 bit )
- CPU Processor: Intel Core i3-4370 | AMD FX-6130 or better
- RAM: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 2 GB
- FREE DISK: 20 GB Space