Official Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord modding tools available now

Official Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord modding tools available now

TaleWorlds Entertainment’s support for Mount & Blade II: Bannerlords continues. Following several new patches and hotfixes, players will now have something more creative to look forward to. The previously teased official modding tools for the game are now live, albeit in a more truncated selection. The beta Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord modding tools kit may not be the full package, but there is already plenty to keep would-be modders busy for quite some time.

Available now via Steam’s Tools list, just make sure your copy of Mount & Blade II: Bannerlords is installed with the latest updates. After obtaining the Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord modding tools kit, you will have two editors at your disposal. The first is the robust scene editor.

A bevy of options

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It has a wide variety of tools, allowing modders to change objects, add new ones, edit paths, and other creative uses you can think of. The full scene editor toolset is as follows:

    Entity placement tools Terrain import, export and editing tools Navigation mesh tools GI baking tools Level system editing tool Path editing tools

For the resource editors, you can get your hands on textures aplenty, even down to the skeletons of characters. Talk about the right month for spooky stuff. Here are the full options available as part of the new Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord modding tools:

    Resource browser Material editor Mesh editor Texture editor Body editor Cloth editor Atmosphere editor Skeleton editor Particle editor Model and animation editor

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Of course, even without the official Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord modding tools, the community has been doing their part to liven up the game. You can check out some of our favorites in our curated list of the best mods for the game. As TaleWorlds continue to improve the tools, we can expect the modding scene to grow even more. That would only mean more crazy medieval shenanigans to come our way.