A plethora of new content and features comes in the latest update.
1C Entertainment and Honestly Games are pleased to enrich the Early Access content of their medieval city-building dynasty simulator with today’s major Military and Criminality update. On top of adding a new organization type, Demesne, the Military and Criminality update allows players to unlock and manage military regiments, deal with criminals and sickness, have their villagers ride the newly introduced horses, and much more.
Lords and Villeins are always expanding and improving thanks to regular updates and added features that often come straight from the community. The arrival of the Military and Criminality Update spices up the gameplay even further by allowing players to use various new features and options in their gameplay. The King will now request equipped and trained regiments of soldiers along with his other taxes that need to be fulfilled – your soldiers will go to the King’s war, and some might not return. The ruling family gets their own Demesne, a set of zones and professions fully under their control, and they need to take care of their servants. Horses are introduced – nobles ride them for fun, and soldiers train for war.
New builder professions and Guild zones completely reimagine the construction process and allow you to build the best village imaginable. The settlement’s inhabitants will now fall ill and commit crimes, and the players have to deal with the consequences – build a hospital as well as a jail, task the clergy with providing nurses, while you decide whether to imprison, release or execute your prisoners.
Honestly, Games’ commitment to support and expand Lords and Villeins during Early Access continues, with even more features coming in the 1.0 release later this year.