Chivalry 2 developer Torn Banner Studios has released a new developer diary video, a GameSpot exclusive reveal, in which it talks about what's next for the game: new maps, new weapons, and full cross-play party support.
This will be a new tournament map, it is designed for mounted horse combat and will be set in the Tenosian Empire with new snow and ice biome.
Looking ahead, the developer diary outlines some of the exciting upcoming additions coming to Chivalry 2. These include the Hippodrome, a new tournament-styled map set in the Tenosian faction setting and designed with mounted horse combat in mind, a new Tenosian-inspired weapon called the Katar, a new winter-themed biome featuring snow and ice, and the long-awaited cross-play party social support, which has been highly requested from the community.
Players can expect these features and more as Torn Banner reinforces its commitment to supporting and expanding the scope of Chivalry 2 for 2022 and beyond.
The video diary also announced there should be a wide range of new weapons that will be added in future updates.
Chivalry 2 will also receive full cross-play social support sometime in 2022, date unknown. This is a highly requested feature as cross-platform matchmaking is not currently available. With full social support, players should be able to create groups with friends who play across platforms.
Chivalry 2 has sold over 2 million copies worldwide, a milestone for the bloody medieval game. You can check out Chivalry 2's roadmap for what's been added so far, and what the team is working on. Chivalry 2 is on PC, Playstation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series X|S.