I suck at Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord’s sword combat, but nailing dudes with arrows and javelins I can do. Like in Tribes: Ascend and its predecessors, predicting where the arc of a missile will intersect with the face of a moving target can make you feel like you’ve tapped into some superhuman intuition. Plus, if they’re on a horse, you get to watch them flop off of it, which makes Bannerlord’s ranged combat even more fun. 

I have a feeling that surprise and trick headshots are going to be a thing with Bannerlord, sourced both from multiplayer and singleplayer. They’re just so good.

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