The game features a good amount of content: a tutorial, learning campaigns, a skirmish trail, custom skirmish games, a free build sandbox mode, and the ability to import user-made maps. Stronghold Crusader 2 also supports multiplayer deathmatch games online. The interface has two nifty features: a popularity display with adjustable sliders to make your castle more appealing, and separate rally points for each type of unit. Collecting resources for food, weapons, and construction is simple (and lacks depth) because of the lack of sophisticated production chains. Ordering units is also a simple affair. While Stronghold Crusader 2 isn’t a bad game (like Stronghold 3 was), it offers little that wasn’t already present in previous games in the series.