Kingdom Come: Deliverance has escaped platform exclusivity, and will be gracing the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with its presence in addition to its PC release.
In a Kickstarter update, the team at Warhorse confirmed both Microsoft and Sony had approved the indie’s pitch, and sent over dev kits to begin work.
Warhorse hadn’t announced its plans for console ports initially, because it found that in previous generations it was difficult to be release on closed platforms without a publisher. Happily, both PS4 and Xbox One are considerably more indie-friendly than their precursors.
Warhorse will begin work on the console version “right away”, and ought to be helped along by the strong architectural similarities with PC both next-gen consoles boast. It can’t guarantee day-and-date delivery with the PC version at this stage, though.
Those who have already backed the game at a tier including a digital copy can elect to receive any of the three versions.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a medieval action RPG from some of the team behind the Mafia series. It boasts an open world and freedom three archetypical playstyles – knight, bard and rogue.
The Kickstarter has significantly over-funded. If it reaches $1 million, Warhorse hopes to be able to introduce a dog companion. Just a few days remain if you’re keen to check it out.