Kingdom Come: Deliverance will find its way to PC and Xbox One next year
Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver just revealed the release date for the Kingdom Come: Deliverance: February 13, 2018. This comes as a surprise as everyone thought the game would be out this year, but it seems to be delayed even further.
Get sneak peek into the story via the game’s trailer
Even if fans of role-playing games might be a bit disappointed because of the title’s release date, they can get a sneak peek of the story to celebrate the impending release.
The player will assume the role of Henry, the son of a blacksmith, whose peaceful life is shattered during a mercenary raid ordered by King Sigismund. This leads to the burning of Henry’s village to the ground. He turns out to be one of the few survivors of the massacre and decides to take fate upon himself to help fight for the future of Bohemia by entering a bloody conflict of the raging civil war.
The game will immerse players in an incredible adventure on the Holy Roman Empire to avenge the character’s parents’ deaths while battling invading forces, making meaningful choices, and go on thrilling quests. You will get the opportunity to explore deep forests, majestic castles, thriving villages and more settings from the medieval Bohemia. The trailer shows top-notch voice-acting and amazingly crafted cut-scenes.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be launched simultaneously for the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, and the Windows PC next year. The game will be a story driven open world epic adventure and will be priced at $60.
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