What do you have to lose? You made something incredible and it would be immortalized in the hands of the community. I’m not sure how much you can release because you used Unreal Engine 4. Releasing as much as you possibly can under a free license is the best way that you can respect the hard work that you’ve put into building it.
Im a bit new to this game, not super new but still new, and I was wondering if any good vanguard/knight would like to fight me and teach me new stuff, and help me improve.omegle discord I dont really wanna spend that much money on mordhau and I really like chivalry so far so idk.
I was also really impressed by the skillgap, when I played some duels a few years back when I first picked up the game, and got absolutely shit on. Now im back to the game and want to get gud.
Most of the time of the day all servers are empty and on the big objective servers I can’t really improve 1v1. I dont know if this is a weird request, but hmu! Im eager to learn, get shat on, and improve
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@Elite-Team-Killer Very good point, but I still feel that voice chat would not hurt the game. I mean, Chivalry II is looking to be a polished version of Chivalry, with very little variation in terms of gameplay or style. The graphics, animations, sounds, and story all look better. I’m just spitballing possible new features to liven up the game and hopefully keep it going for long term, as Chivalry was initially successful but lost most of its playerbase. I feel the same will happen without solid new features. Voice chat is basically a necessity to multiplayer games, but local chat makes it all the more exciting, especially in a game where it can actually be utilized, a melee based game. Look how good it works on Insurgency.