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Kingdom Come: Deliverance pushed back to 2017

You read that right. There's been another delay.


Kingdom Come: Deliverance pushed back to 2017

Kingdom Come: Deliverance began life as a Kickstarter project in 2014, raising £1,106,016.

The medieval single-player RPG was originally slated for a December 2015 release, but was delayed to Summer 2016 in April last year.

In March, we found out that there would be another delay, so that the game could release across all platforms simultaneously. The estimated release was the end of 2016 at the latest.

But now it transpires that the title has been pushed back yet again. Speaking with a Warhorse Studios spokesman, WCCFTech has reported that the game won't be launching this year after all.

Hopefully we'll get a firm date at E3.

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