Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been in the works for six years, and we’ve been itching for it ever since the initial announcement.
The Warhorse Studios-developed title, medieval, open-world, sandbox RPG, started life in August 2011 and was put on Kickstarter back in 2014, earning £1,106,016 total with only one stretch goal lacking.
Set in the Kingdom of Bohemia, an Imperial State in the Holy Roman Empire, players will try to avenge their parents’ death as they battle “invading forces, go on game-changing quests, and make influential choices.”
As you can see in the pre-E3 2017 teaser video above, the game’s landscape includes castles, forests, villages and other lovely places in Bohemia.
We’re not sure whether a new look at the game will occur at the Microsoft, Sony or PC Gaming Show E3 2017 presentations, but Deep Silver said a global announcement for the game will take place Friday, June 9.
After a series of delays, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is expected to be released sometime this year. You can read everything we know about the game so far through the game’s page hub and the Warhorse Studios hub.
There’s just so much to be said about the game’s development history, this post would become the equivalent of a college paper. It’s Saturday, and you’re probably not in the mood for anything other than light reading.
Last year in October, the studio announced it had signed a publishing deal with Deep Silver to help bring the title to the promised platforms, and to help the game meet its 2017 launch window.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be made available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.