Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Update e1.4.2 Fixes Multiple Crash Issues

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Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord received a major update recently. Update e1.4.2 transferred beta changes to the main build, along with some other additions. The update fixed multiple crash issues and some localization fixes were also made. A new error message will be shown to VAC banned players and the friend list in Bannerlord will load when you log in. Match leave penalties will now be applied correctly and additional armor perks will be applied to AI troops as intended.

The latest changes for update e1.4.2 are mentioned below. You can read the initial beta changes on the official site. The initial beta update brought bug fixes all across the board and also improved the game’s performance.

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Update e1.4.2 Patch Notes

Latest Changes:

  • Fixed a crash related to annexation decisions initiated by the AI.
  • Fixed a crash related to kingdom strength calculations.
  • Some localisation related fixes.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented leave punishments from applying to parties.
  • VAC banned players will now see a different login error.
  • Fixed a possible cause of player names not being shown on Bannerlord friend list. Please report to us if you still encounter this issue.
  • Bannerlord friend list will now be loaded upon login.
  • Fixed a Captain mode bug that prevented additional armour perks from applying to AI troops.

Previous Beta Hotfixes:


  • A crash caused by a stillborn child was resolved.
  • A problem with being unable to name a twin has been fixed.


  • Three perks (chink in the armor, show of strength and generous rations) were causing negative troop prices. This is fixed.
  • Fixed an issue that caused players to become stuck in the defection persuasion conversation.
  • Fixed a crash that occurred when Needs Help with Looter quest ended.
  • Fixed an issue that caused automated kingdom decisions for player mercenaries.
  • Fixed an issue with combat tips and raise the meek perks relating to a miscalculated passive XP gain.
  • Fixed and balanced an inflation issue with item prices.


  • Fixed an issue that caused a crash when the player participated in war and peace decisions.

So what do you think? Have you been playing Bannerlord recently? Did you encounter any major crash issues before? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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