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How To Increase World Map Speed In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Guide

How To Increase World Map Speed In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Guide
Tired of chasing enemies around the world map? In this guide we explain How To Increase World Map Speed In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Guide as right from the very start, even mounted, you will struggle to catch looters and other fast-moving enemies when out in the open plains.

Firstly, terrain is hugely important. Every terrain impacts speed, either negatively or positively. Certain traits, such as your Culture choice, also impacts terrain and speed. While it is possible to increase your overall speed, adapting your speed to the terrain is something else entirely.

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How To Increase World Map Speed In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Guide
The easiest way to improve your world map speed is to buy horses. These must be horses, not mules. While mounts can be equipped on your main character and your companion, they cannot be equipped on units unless the unit requires horses for an upgrade. However, if you have additional horses in your inventory, your troops will use them for transport. This increases your movement speed. Horses can be very expensive so it’s not ideal but if you’ve got some spare change kicking around, it’s a good investment to speed up time traveling and hunting down targets.

The other method is through Scouting, a skill in the Cunning Tree. Check your character tab and highlight Scouting. If you invest some Focus Points into Scouting it can learn abilities that increase your party speed during the day and during the night, further increasing the bonus provided by horses. If we discover other means of increasing your over world speed, we’ll be sure to update the guide so check back soon for updates.

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