Going Medieval Increase Number of Bandits And Wolf Raids

Are you always constantly bored out of your mind when you massacre 100 bandits without breaking a sweat within 150 days in the game? Or you just a daring player who wants to push your PC to the limits to the amount of objects that can be spawned without crashing? Here is the guide for you. Modify at your own risk.

Go to where the game is installed

under: Steam\steamapps\common\Going Medieval\Going Medieval_Data\StreamingAssets\Data\DifficultyMultipliers\

Change the number value to you would like and you will see the effect all across the game . This applies to wolf raids as well with bandits attacking your settlements and will take effect in the next wolf or bandit raid. Save compatible.

The file should look something like this. The numerical values of the “key” corresponds to the difficulty that you have set when creating a new settlement.

You want to modify the “value” to change the amount of bandits being spawned

{

“threshold”: -1,

“list”:

[

{

“key”: 0, (very easy)

“value”: 0.7

},

{

“key”: 1, (easy)

“value”: 1

},

{

“key”: 2, (medium)

“value”: 1

},

{

“key”: 3, (hard)

“value”: 1.5

},

{

“key”: 4, (very hard)

“value”: 3 (modify this value depending on what level of difficulty you selected

when creating your settlement)

}

]

}

For a reference: If selecting survival mode at very hard difficulty by changing the default value to 30, you would likely get around ~290 bandits.

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