Chivalry 2 House Galencourt Update Introduces 2 New Maps, Arena Gameplay Mode, Several Customization Items, and More

Publisher Tripwire Presents and developer Torn Banner Studios have revealed the first free content update coming to the multiplayer first-person slasher, Chivalry 2. This update, called House Galencourt, introduces various game-changing additions that will assuredly enhance the gameplay experience for fans and potentially engage prospective new ones.

Firstly, the new team objective map, Galencourt, houses harbor ships, fortified walls, and a noteworthy tomb. Further, a new team deathmatch/free-for-all/arena map called the Courtyard has been introducing, providing greater multiplayer visual variety.

A new gameplay mode, dubbed Arena Mode, has players competing against one another in 3 versus 3 teams within the span of 5 rounds. This mode will be playable in special versions of the Tournament Grounds, Fighting Pits, and  Courtyard maps.

The arrow camera from Chivalry: Medieval Warfare has finally returned by popular demand, allowing a more cinematic flair to be viewed at fired arrows. Lastly, 60 new customization options have joined the fray for voice-overs, armors, and weapons. This is certainly a significant update that will enhance replay value tenfold.

Torn Banner Studios CEO & Creative Director Steve Piggott had this to say regarding the House Galencourt update:

Chivalry 2 at launch was just the foundation and was intentionally built to be extended. Today’s update is just the first step in our continued commitment to double the size and scope of Chivalry 2 for free. We hope players enjoy it!”

If you missed it, be sure to check out our review of the title’s PlayStation 5 version.

You can view the Chivalry 2: House Galencourt update below:

Chivalry 2 is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via the Epic Games Store.

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