The last time I played Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s beta, things were looking a little rough. So it’s little surprise to hear that the game has been delayed. Originally due in 2015 before slipping to 2016, it’s now been pushed back to 2017.
I’ve been following Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s development from the very beginning, what with it promising to be a bunch of things I dig (open world, RPG, weird FPS melee and history) all in the one package.
Realistic/historical RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance discusses its first-person melee combat in its most recent video, also talking about the “thousands of hours” of research that went into developing it. Looks fun! The swordfighting, that is, not the research. Video’s embedded below, so make sure to give it a watch.
“I actually tried to fight in armor myself,” the game developer Daniel Vávra said. We were in the middle of a demonstration of his game in progress, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which is nothing less than an attempt to make a no-magic, realistic answer to the epic role-playing game Skyrim—set in a historically accurate…
From what I’ve seen and played of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, an upcoming historical RPG, it looks cool! This E3 trailer, showing stuff like combat and horse-riding, only has me more psyched.
I'm very much into the premise of Kingdom Come Deliverance, which is a medieval RPG that's all about history. No monsters, no magic, no witches, no giant rats. Just regular folk going about everyday medieval business.
The trailer for the upcoming backer-exclusive alpha version of historical RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance paints an idyllic picture of a medieval village. Presumably, it shows what the place was like before that corpse-packed-battlefield dealio. The game is still on track for a late 2015 release on PC, Xbox One and PS4.
Look at the colors. So peaceful. So pretty. Well, until they burn a witch or two.
Developer diaries are normally my enemy, but Kingdom Come: Deliverance gets a pass today, as dudes with medieval swords (and crossbows!) strap cameras to themselves and just go at it, all in the name of making better video game combat.
Combine race, history, an upcoming PC game and some angry Reddit users and you've got a recipe for disappointment in your fellow man.