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7 Best Medieval Games Ever Made

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Here we shall explain the 7 best medieval games that are available and give you a chance to visit the medieval world and have an amazing experience. Note that everyone has it’s own opinion and you could always share it with us, I would try and group them by popularity and rating.

1.Mount and Blade

An amazing game that let’s you visit the medieval world and experience it by creating your own rankings in the kingdom, choosing sides, fighting in real time and with realistic difficulty, building your own army or kingdom and everything else. It also let’s you select various modes that brings more joy to the game.

I’m not a game expert so don’t judge me, but most of the games I have played and I could give a strong opinion.

2. Age of Empires II

A classic! This game has everything and many different period that you could enjoy and play. I have played it personally and I’m a huge fan of this game, Age of Mythology and Age of Empires III. Worth checking out, it’s an amazing strategic game that you could play.

3. Medieval II Total War + Expansions

Simply amazing, the total war series are all around priceless. I have spent plenty of hours playing this game and conquering the world, but it wasn’t easy. It’s a good quality game that you could play for hours, it also has 4 expansions that lead you on new adventures. There is the discovery of America, the Baltic, Crusade and Britain.

4. Crusader Kings

If there is ever a game that I have spent my life on it’s this one. I have played CK2 for years and each DLC is more amazing than the last one. You could fall in love with this game and leave your work on side, trust me. This is a very hard game to learn and it takes some skills to play, I would advise for you to learn it a little before playing because it’s maybe the hardest game ever, also I couldn’t explain it here because I would need to write a whole book so enjoy the best game ever made.

5. The Witcher 3

A perfect game that I have played for a couple of hours but the story is amazing. The Witcher series are a great adventure to play and I honestly don’t know more for this game, it’s worth checking out because it has a vast history behind it.

P.S. It has many mythological creatures from folklore and myths.

6. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

If you want to play a long but epic campaign I would suggest to check out Skyrim. I have played The Elder Scrolls IV and Skyrim, they are both amazing games worthy of your time. It’s set in a fantasy medieval world that has many mystical objects.

7. Chivalry: Medieval Warfare

For the last one I didn’t know what to add so I added Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. It’s a good game that I played for some time and I personally liked it. It’s more of a multiplayer game that you could crush other medieval soldiers and have an amazing time online with your friends.

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