Warhorse Studios has released its first video update for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which has 22 days of funding left on Kickstarter.
The video below starts off with project lead Daniel Vavra, joined by his adorable bull terrier, discussing how the studio plans on releasing more videos like this one, in order to keep everyone updated on development.
You also get a look at the development process and glean knowledge on how the team is going about creating the game world.
At press time, £539,568 has been raised by 17,226 backers. The next stretch goal is set at £600,000 and upon being met will add a playable female character.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an open-world, medieval RPG sandbox which will be released episodically on PC and next-gen systems.
The game has been in the works since August 2011, a month after Warhorse announced its formation in July 2011.
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