Chivalry 2 for PlayStation 5

Chivalry 2

Jun 8, 2021
45th of 1385

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Torn Banner Studios
Content Rating: Mature


Chivalry 2 is a multiplayer first person slasher inspired by epic medieval movie battles. Players are thrust into the action of every iconic moment of the era - from the thunder of cavalry charges, to storms of flaming arrows, to sprawling castle sieges and more.

Gamer Reviews

509 Reviews
0 review
Jul 16, 2021

First, this game is just fun. Doesn't take itself seriously and yet it's not overtly goofy. The gameplay is getting in the others face and swinging sharp and heavy objects at the others heads and nether regions. The sound effects when you land a crushing hit with the maul is satisfying, and so is the feeling when you throw a live chicken at an enemy for a kill.

The gameplay is smooth and sometimes frantic when you're fighting multiple people. It consists of counters and parries mostly, all the while trying to land that devastating overhead smash.

The main complaint I have at the moment is the limited things to do AT THE MOMENT, there is about 6 different maps. Three of the maps are focused on objective based gameplay where the players either attack/defend and move a caravan/stop caravan etc. While the other three are for strict team death matches which is pretty just a fun mosh pit of death. Yes there are only six maps but I haven't tired of playing them yet.

Final words are these: this game is fun but needs a few more things to do to keep the player base.

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

19 Reviews
Richard SeagraveJun 09, 2021
This is a game in which you can lose an arm and still keep on fighting, insisting that it’s just a scratch until you inevitably end up laying motionless on the floor, just like all the other unfortunate dead. It should be horrifying, really, but that’s Chivalry II‘s greatest achievement; it’s so well put together that such moments can only be considered a bloody spectacle.
garethJun 13, 2021
While the game can be frustrating at times as getting killed is a frequent event; as your skills grow and you find new ways to eliminate enemies and creative ways to hone your skills; the game becomes an ideal diversion.
Leana HaferJun 18, 2021
Whether I'm swinging a sword or plucking away with a bow, combat hits that elusive sweet spot between accessible dumb fun and rewarding, skill-based mechanics where the wheat is separated from the chaff. When you respawn and everyone around you is spamming the battle cry button as you rush headlong into certain death, you just know you're in for a rockin' time. I don't think I'll be putting away this sweaty coat of mail for a good while.

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