Chivalry 2: How to Win Any Fight, Even Outnumbered

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Elia Tabuenca GarcĂ­a
Fonte: Torn Banner Studios

These tips from chivalry 2 will turn you into an unstoppable force on the battlefield.

chivalry 2 It's a difficult game to understand if you're not familiar with medieval destroyers. There's a lot of complexity in the fencing, the stamina, the blocking, the feint, the morph and the drag and all that good stuff. If you're having trouble staying alive and beating more experienced players, this guia de chivalry 2 and to you.

Below I will show you several tips practices and tricks on how to win fights in Chivalry 2, both 1vX and 1v1 . This is a great walkthrough for players who know the basics (i.e. completed the tutorial) but want to know what it takes to be like the veterans who look invincible while taking out half the enemy team on their own.

Cavalry Tips 2: How to win 1vX fights

Above is a compilation of a video of mine in various 1vX situations. 1vX is short for “fighting outnumbered”. It is very difficult to stay alive in 1vX fights, but using the tips below you will be able to win against even 5 or 6 enemies, all fighting you at the same time.

I'm almost always at the top of the leaderboard in Team Deathmatch and Team Objective matches in Chivalry 2, and this is largely due to my strength in 1vX situations. I can't always stay alive, and I show some of these “losses” in the video above as well; but the important thing is to kill as many as possible before dying. Killing only two enemies means you are positive.

Use third-person perspective

Look, I understand that a big part of the enjoyment of Chivalry 2 is the RPG element, and the first-person perspective obviously suits that better. But to get a clearer idea of ​​what's going on around you, you need the third person. It's much easier to win 1vX fights in third person than in first person, so give it a try.

Stay out of the group at all costs

Even the best player in the world will be quickly slaughtered if he is completely surrounded by dead-end enemies. That's why it's so important to stay on the move in 1vX fights. Stand outside the group. If you kill an enemy on the ledge, move into their space. Do what you can to prevent enemies from approaching you from opposite sides.

Attack the enemy you least expect

In a 1vX situation, the latter side is often encouraged and therefore reckless. Even experienced players feel like they don't need to block, they just need to attack and attack until the lone fighter is dead. Good players know how to take advantage of this in 1vXs by constantly changing targets. Block a player's attack and then redirect your counterattack to another person who was busy preparing his move.

Because of hyper-armor (after riposting or countering you will automatically block any attack that is looking directly at you), redirects like this are pretty safe and very powerful. Plus, damaging an enemy with a loaded truck makes them more cautious, giving you more room to go on the offensive.

You will never win just by blocking

You must, must, must be aggressive in 1vX situations. Do not block hit after hit as your stamina will run out and you will be disarmed and killed in no time. Counting and landing hits replenishes your stamina; that's why I'm able to fight for so long over and over again in the video above. You're not as helpless in a 1vX as you think. Again, thanks to the hyper-armor, you have plenty of opportunity to attack and take down multiple enemies at once, especially if you have a big two-handed weapon like the Messer or Executioner's Axe.

Good footwork and dodging helps

Returning to the idea of ​​always staying on the sidelines of the group: good footwork and dodging are just as important as blocking. Several times in the video above, you'll see me using my feet to get around the blocks of multiple enemies at once, which is often what allows me to get those massive punches that kill multiple enemies simultaneously.

Another example is at the very end, when I dodge to the side just before the enemy's special attack with Maul. I predicted the attack would come, I dodged it, so I didn't have to block anything. Instead, I attacked and dealt massive damage to both enemies. It's all about footwork.

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How to win 1v1 fights

Now let's talk in more detail about 1v1 duels and how to defeat a player who understands Cavalry 2 combat. The most important thing is to stay unpredictable, and these tips will help a lot in that.

Crouch to get under enemy blockade

In Chivalry 2, you have to look at where the enemy's attack is going to land to block it. You don't automatically block by holding the block button and facing the enemy - and cunning enemies will take advantage of players who do this by crouching and swinging their waist or legs to get under your block while also becoming a target. smaller and potentially disappearing from view for a moment. It's a powerful technique that you should practice whenever you're in a 1v1.

Kick players who like to block

Kicking is the antidote for shield users, players who like to hold the block, and players who are very predictable with their timing. A kick will not interrupt an attack, so you should only use it when you know the enemy will be blocking; but it can't be blocked and when it lands it will temporarily stun the enemy and leave them vulnerable to a proper attack (as long as it's not too slow a hit).

Kicking is the entry tool for the upper echelons of skill in Cavalry 2. You can punish younger players who don't understand that you can't block kicks, but it's also tremendously powerful when you fake a punch for a kick, because it tricks the opponent to block, allowing the kick to land successfully.

Mix your drags and accelerations

A “drag” is when you turn your player against the direction of your swing so that the finishing phase of the attack lasts longer. An “acceleration” is the opposite: you turn in the direction of the blow, so the attack lands faster. Both are fantastic tools in their own right for interrupting your enemy's time, but it's best to use them interspersed with each other. Excessive use of just one or the other makes you predictable, and you need to avoid that.

Do not abuse feints and transformations

In the same vein, finting and morphing from one attack to another is a very effective tool to miss an opponent, but it's easily overused, and even a younger player can effectively curb excessive use of feints and morphs just by continuously attacking, because they know their attacks will land first. The most effective feint is one that is surrounded by regular attacks.

Get out of the groove with jabs and kicks

Kicks and jabs are very important tools to break the rhythm of a 1v1. The most obvious rhythm that most newer players get into a 1v1 is: Attack, Block, Counter, Block, Counter, Block, Counter, and so on. Jab or kick to break the rhythm and land an unexpected punch later.

It is very important to understand the differences between kicks and jabs and when to use each. A kick, as I mentioned, does not interrupt attacks, but it cannot be blocked. A jab, on the other hand, can be blocked, but it stops attacks. Basically: kick people who are blocking and punch people who are doing big attacks.

General Cavalry 2 tips and tricks

Finally, let's finish with some more general Chivalry 2 tips and tricks for winning matches and staying alive.

  • Resupply points provide another bandage. You can find these resupply points scattered throughout each Team Objective map, and interacting with them will replenish all of your expendables, as well as your bandage.
  • Throw away all your disposables to see where the resupply points are. This is harder for archers because you have to run out of ammo – but for other classes, just throw whatever weapon you have, like knives and mallets, and an icon will appear above each nearby resupply point.
  • Don't neglect objectives in Team Objective matches. This is the most common and heinous sin of newer Chivalry 2 players: they throw themselves into fights and completely forget that there is a task that needs to be done. Spend time learning exactly what needs to be done in each phase of each Team Objective match. Playing offline with bots is a great way to learn this.
  • In Xv1 situations, always assume you are the target. Don't play like a fool just because you have allies who support you. As I said above, a powerful technique of the lone player fighting many is to redirect his attacks towards the person who least expects it. So wait.
  • Your special items are powerful tools. The trumpet, oil pot, bandage kit, and sash are extremely powerful tools when used correctly. Learn their intricacies one at a time: for example, don't trumpet right after your ally has already used theirs, because the effect doesn't stack. Another example: place a Banner next to a pole that is part of the map and therefore cannot be broken, and it will be harder for enemies to knock the Banner down.
  • Throw your weapon if you have a spare one. Particularly with large two-handed weapons, the throw animation can look a lot like a normal air attack animation and so can be quite difficult to see coming. If you're in a 1v1 and the enemy is bleeding and weak and trying to keep their distance from you so they can heal, throw your weapon at them. It will almost always take them by surprise. I killed so many enemies doing this.

Alright, I hope the tips above have given you a better idea of ​​what you need to do to improve your combat skill in chivalry 2, both in 1v1 and 1vX fights.

Image Credits: Torn Banner Studios

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