Kingdom Come: Deliverance: developer Warhorse “cannot guarantee any specific date” for patch 1.3

By Sherif Saed, Wednesday, 7 March 2018 11:38 GMT

Kingdom Come: Deliverance fans are patiently awaiting the release of patch 1.3, but it seems they’re going to have to wait a little while longer.

Since launch, Kingdom Come: Deliverance players have run into all sorts of technical issues and quest bugs. To its credit, developer Warhorse has been on the case, and has already released an update to fix the R2 button issue.

Unfortunately, many issues still remain. Particularly, quest bugs that halt progression, the promised save system rework, and the changes to the lockpicking minigame were all promised. All that and more is part of an upcoming patch, which fans initially believed would arrive two weeks from launch.

It now appears there’s been a delay, prompting Warhorse to say on Twitter that it cannot guarantee a specific date for when patch 1.3 is going to available for download.

Following the tweet, game director Daniel Vávra clarified on Twitter that although the patch has been delayed, it’s still expected to release this week – at least on PC. Consoles will get it a few days after, due to the time it takes for certification.

Patch 1.3 is poised to be one of Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s biggest, and it’s understandable that it’s taken this long to get it out. But players are also frustrated, and many have decided to drop the game and return when it’s in a better state.

If you’re not running into technical issues, be sure to give our Kingdom Come: Deliverance guide a look. Many of the game’s mechanics, including plenty of quests, are not immediately clear and you really don’t want to be punished for missing out on quests steps and the like.

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