Mordhau developer Triternion has posted an update outlining some of the upcoming content coming to the game, while also revealing how to control parts of the database.
The game will soon be getting two new maps, Feitoria, Castello, which host a small village and sturdy south-European castle. Triternion didn’t announce a date for these new maps, but also emphasized it’s also going back to older maps to improve them, singling out Crossroads specifically.
A ranked mode is also on the way, with six ranks, each with give sub-ranks, for a total of 30 ranks to attain. There’s also a new, 64-player attack-and-defend designed to “capture the feeling of a medieval battle,” however, this mode will not arrive in the next patch.
The developer is looking to nerf horses, including overall power, curb fire bombs and bucklers. It’s also hoping to make your swings look a little smoother without compromising the skill involved with wielding them.
Coming off a recent controversy about their community, the developer also outlined its plans to address the game’s toxcity and racism problems, as it’s something the team has been discussing ways to fight griefing and vote-kicking abuse. “We’re interested in adding more information to vote selection screen, such as the player in question’s team kill amount and team damage ratio, as well as a reason for the kick,” The team is also working on chat filters that will automatically remove “inappropriate or offensive messages” before players can even see them.