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About the Game
Coronation is an online open-world medieval game developed by Twin Sword Studio with the help of lovely Patreons and a closely-knitted Discord community. It is inspired by Mount & Blade Bannerlord, Rust, Sims 3/4, Runescape, Anno 1404 and Tropico 6.

  • Multiplayer open-world and Quests
Hop on to our main dedicated server or host one yourself. Find a good location in the world to build a great castle with or without friends, and complete main story quests!

  • Decorate and furnish your interiors
There is a wide variety of functional furniture that you can decorate your interiors, and your people can make use of the furniture too!

  • Your own personal workforce and army
As the head of the castle, you can manage the jobs that your people do for you! Villagers can also level up and become stronger.

  • Defend your castle or attack enemies
You'll need to protect your people and property. Train a formidable army and equip them with powerful weapons!

  • Directional combat for accuracy
If you're a fan of Directional Combat, you'll love being able to control your swings to where you want it to land at.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Indie MMORPG Discord
This game is so good, I'm slowly putting time into it, and waiting for updates. There are 2 devs working full-time on this, and it shows. They listen to their feedback and reports on their Discord server and implement fixes within a day or two, it's pretty solid and I'm very impressed -- I am following a couple dozen different indie MMORPG projects and this one I highly recommend following. Try it out, some of the main mechanics are already implimented.
I particularly enjoy managing my villagers and fighting with them.
Just went free! Go play!

Review from Steam

Hello Gamers,
I am a gamer and i have been all my life, through the years playing all kinds of games i was able to appreciate what makes a game a hit or a flop. We have to take the time to test it out. I like strategy games (Crusader Kings series, Total War series, Europa Universalis, Civilization series, etc...), PvP (Counter Strike, PLanetSide, etc..) , Builders (Everquest Next Landmark was my favorite) and games in a Medieval era (Kingdom Come : Deliverance (one of my favorite game of all time). If you put all these genres together you get a game that is out there right now and FREE TO PLAY ! : CORONATION !.
What do i think of it at this stage ?
Plant a flag and build your legacy!
I love what they have going already : a Medieval era Strategy / Builder / PvP game in which you can build up to 3 castles, have villagers that will gather ressources, craft and fight for you. Your character evolves from peasant to emperor/empress through your adventures (there is no level cap...for all of those who wonder : ) ) You can make friends with your neighbours or go to war with them. Gain honor to outrank them or sharpen your skills to outwit them. The base of the game is solid, i tried it for fun and after 15 minutes i was hooked. The game is in early access, there is work ongoing. The Devs are very motivated and omnipresent, they are on everyday and welcome gamer's input (which is quite refreshing these days). They have their own discord server on which you can follow the progress of the game, updates, future patches, bug reports, art gallery, etc... and ask questions, suggest things you would like to be included in the game.
The Future of Coronation
It looks very promising, the game as it stands today is but a taste of what they want to deliver to the gamer community which is an in depth strategy/ builder/ PvP game. For example, recently they updated to a bigger map.
My verdict
I recommend this game, give it a try you will be hooked. On top of being my only game played right now (got 513 hours played), its FREE TO PLAY.. what more can we ask for?

Review from Steam

Early Access review / Last Update 6 December 2021
☐ You forget what reality is
☐ Eye catcher!
☑ Beautiful
☐ Good
☐ Decent
☐ Bad
☐ Don‘t look too long at it
☐ Very good
☐ Good
☑ It‘s just Gameplay
☐ Bad
☐ Watch paint dry instead
☐ Just don't
☐ Epic!
☐ Very good
☑ Good
☐ Not too bad
☐ Bad
☐ I'm now deaf
---{PC Requirements}---
☐ Check if you can run paint
☐ Potato
☑ Decent
☐ Fast
☐ Rich boi
☐ Ask NASA If they have a spare computer
☐ Just press 'W'
☐ Easy
☐ Significant brain usage
☑ Easy to learn / Hard to master
☐ Difficult
☐ Dark Souls
☐ Nothing to grind
☐ Only if u care about leaderboards / ranks
☐ Isn't necessary to progress
☑ Average grind level
☐ Too much grind
☐ You‘ll need a second life for grinding
☑ It's a Multiplayer game
☐ No Story
☐ Some lore
☐ Average
☐ Good
☐ Lovely
☐ It‘ll replace your life
---{Game Time}---
☐ Long enough for a cup of coffee
☐ Short
☐ Average
☐ Long
☑ To infinity and beyond
☑ It’s free!
☐ Worth the price
☐ If it's on sale
☐ If you have some spare money left
☐ Not recommended
☐ You could also just burn your money
☐ Never heard of
☑ Minor bugs
☐ Can get annoying
☐ ARK: Survival Evolved
☐ Cyberpunk 2077
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Review from Steam

Definite potential

Review from Steam

For that price literally no brainer, gem.
Unique features in its genre, also across genres. A diamond in the rough.
The game is more deep than it looks - 14 various skills.
1 - Automatization of eating while running or doing other activities, batch automating mining, not just clicking - so it is not burdensome way aspect of survival
2 - Unique quests system, - Quest navigating orientation with an exclamation mark directly over the world scenery, with clever informative popup messages automatically fading out after a few seconds or after completing the quests reflecting it's state, scrollable -not taking up the entire display.
3 - level up and automatically distributing points to properties. B
4 - being bent down and looking to any direction with the entire body you move the mouse to.
5 - micro/macro managing all your villagers with keys commands ( voice loud spoken )
6 - walking with your pack/group on any roof or castle tower/spiral is also interesting seeing all the castles in the scenery vicinity or fires at the night
7 - there are functional objects, which you can place somewhere in any room you design, and they operate like the given department, eg placing a stockpile object into any room/building you create, serves as a stockpile, placing a table, serves as a kitchen, bed as a bedroom, blacksmith, bar, market etc
8 - you can run or walk at various surfaces, roofs, tower spirals, ledges , castle walls
9 - putting any items into any fast slot
10 - things in inventory are groupped/ordered so you dont have to search for where to place them
11 - no GUI UI mode, 1st person mode, 3rd person mode
12 - free look mode
13 - npc voices
Mount & Blade on steroids with Kingdome Come living villagers ( Age of Empires in 1st person ) - with real, realtime multiplayer, open world, socializing, building , crafting, predefined functional buildings, text to speech all the NPCs, building large castles and arange/furnituring them working furniture and servants, huge world, npcs freely walking , working ,talking and sleeping, can be ordered commands. Battles can be huge. Bosses. Everyone can be leveled up. Enemies are a challenge, fight well. There are trading carts and logistics. 1st person but also 3rd person view.
Looks promising, immersive, with many players and text to speech of every NPC. Many good ideas, sleep, energy. smelting. Quests are well made and automatically react//behave according to the current state you are in. Its a multiplayer in a sort of MMO or MMORPG, in spite of you having a group of npc guards, other players can join any time, anywhere it seems. Unusual game. You can hear other players speaking with mission givers, npcs, directly.
Really progressive skill tree, building is similar to medieval engineers, really a gem.
Potential, perspective

Review from Steam

Since the map is filled with other castles
to the point that no one else can build their own,
how about adding more lobbies/subworlds?
When this game gets popular, you cannot have 100,000 players on the same map, can you?
This game does not look finished but the potential pays off.
It will need a lot of polish, smoother movement, and so on.
In the start menu, you can choose between public and private servers,
but where is the singleplayer option?
The only real problem I see here is that it lags a lot for no apparent reason.
It appears to be a sandbox game and I appreciate that,
as there are not many medieval sandbox games.

Review from Steam

Really great start, a game that has alot of potential! Its early so theres bugs sure, but the building is alot of fun and training your villagers into an army is awesome! Nice people as well, the devs are friendly and have lots of great ideas for the future. There is also pvp when you level up later though i havent tried that yet.