Mount and Blade: Warband launches 64-bit Beta for Linux and Mac. Since the games release was originally back in 2010 from TaleWorlds Entertainment. Ringing in a significant update for native gamers.
In Mount and Blade: Warband six realms wrestle each other for power. So which lord the player gives their favour to is up to them. Since they can choose to involve themselves with the Sultan’s cavalry in the deserts and oases of the south. Or the vast steppes of the Khergiten archers, the snow-covered kingdom of Vaegiar. The proud Axeman of the North, the Knights of Swadia and rebellious Rhodok of the southwest. Whichever realm the player chooses – with enough commitment and the local nobles favour even an adventurer of humble origin can earn his own castle.
Mount and Blade: Warband Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
Mount and Blade: Warband update via Steam:
In preparation for future updates to macOS and Linux distributions, we have made 64-bit versions of Mount and Blade: Warband available on these platforms. The builds are currently in an open beta testing phase, which players are encouraged to download and test through Steam by following these steps:
- Right click “Mount & Blade: Warband” in your Steam library
- Select “Properties”
- Select the “BETAS” tab
- Enter betapassword in the beta access code box, and select “CHECK CODE”
- Select “beta” from the drop-down menu
Providing everything goes to plan, we will be pushing this build out to all users after the testing phase to replace the 32-bit version that is currently available.
So if you experience any issues with Mount and Blade: Warband 64-bit on Linux. Players can contact TaleWorlds Entertainment through a support ticket on the website. Since I have not personally tested the build just yet, you can take part.