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Mordhau – Review

Mordhau is melee combat game, said to the be spiritual successor to Chivalry. You play as a variety of infantry classes in the medieval times, including swordsmen, archers, horsemen, and so on. The game can be tough during the early hours, but there is a fairly decent tutorial that teaches you the basics – well, there’s nothing really basic to Mordhau’s complex combat system, but the tutorial does what it can. You play in various games modes, across a variety of maps, and a lot of them are really fun. Mordhau might be tough to get into, but once you’re in, there’s almost certainly something here for you to love.

Pros: Looks gorgeous, dismembered limbs and all Excellent combat system Depth of gameplay can lead to some hilarious and tense encounters, very memorable Lots of customization

Cons: Minor balancing issues

Score – 9/10


MORDHAU is a medieval first & third person multiplayer slasher. Enter a hectic battlefield of up to 64 players as a mercenary in a fictional, but realistic world, where you will get to experience the brutal and satisfying melee combat that will have you always coming back for more.


  1. Massive battles: From small-scale engagements to 64-player all-out war in modes such as Frontline and Battle Royale.

  2. Cooperative & offline play: Fight waves of enemies alongside your friends in the cooperative Horde mode, or practice your skills offline against AI.

  3. Free-form melee and ranged combat: Gain complete control over your character and attacks and develop your unique style.

  4. In-depth character customization: Sculpt your face, create your weapon from parts, and pick out individual pieces of armor to create the perfect warrior.

  5. Huge arsenal of weapons & equipment: Take on enemies with a greatsword, rain arrows from above, or even sit back and build fortifications.

  6. Fight anywhere: Experience cavalry charges, fight on ladders, and operate siege engines such as the catapult and ballista.

  7. Visceral and gory combat: Feel the impact of every blow, and send limbs flying as you wreak havoc upon your foes. (Blood & gore are optional)

  8. Believable fights: A game where fights look believable, MORDHAU strikes a balance between gameplay and realism.


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