Warhorse Studios Showcases An Hour Of Kingdom Come: Deliverance Gameplay
(Last Updated On: June 26, 2017)

Interested in Kingdom Come: Deliverance? If so, developers Warhorse Studios have released a full one hour and 12 minute long video detailing the E3 2017 build, combat, small skirmishes, and quests. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is set to release on February 13th, 2018, across PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a game that aims to offer realism during the 15th century (or 1403 to be specific), while delivering an immersive combat system that reflects the weapons and tools used during that era.

Fans of medieval and “realistic” melee encounters will not only be able to see the latest build of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, but also get some insight into what the developers have in store through commentary overlaying a new one hour and 12 minute gameplay video.

The video features Tobi and ESO; the duo introduce the E3 2017 build of Kingdom Come and cover the “complex quest” system of the game, too. The named features covered in the hour long video are followed by a fighting tutorial, a small skirmish and insight into the development of the realistic medieval game.

In addition to developer insight on extra information on the recent and future build of Kingdom Come, the two (Tobi and ESO) also dive into fan questions and answer “interesting topics” that are currently in discussion by the game’s community.

You can watch the new hour long video thanks to Warhorse Studios.

To be honest, I’m actually looking forward to hearing more about Kingdom Come. I say this because it’s quite rare that games dive into 15th century Europe and the surrounding conflicts that manifest through a “realistic” setup. I know that the game has its issues at the moment, but seeing that it has almost half a year to hit the market to be consumed by the public means that there is a lot of room for improvement.

Speaking of improvements, you can keep up with the progress of Kingdom Come: Deliverance by heading on over to kingdomcomerpg.com. The actual game is set to release for PC, PS4 and Xbox One come February 13th, 2018.

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  • Gozu Tennoh

    I hate watching devs that are shit at their own game.

    • Horrorstorm

      It’s pretty frustrating watching gameplay videos of shit gamers. It’s not the best way to promote a game either.

      Gameplay videos with pointless commentary and commentary that attempts to be funny is also annoying.

      • Gozu Tennoh

        Yeah, it’s absolutely the worst when you cant concentrate on the preview because you’re too busy cringing at the commentary.

    • descent3031

      God I hate this too.

      The most egregious I saw was in ME:A where the two guys were doing a livestream whilst they introduced the new map and boss for multiplayer (hilariously, the boss didn’t load). Whilst they muddled through sucking at bronze (or silver, can’t remember) and proceeded to tell the entire player base that they were wrong about weapon balance and just needed to level up their weapons.

      • Gozu Tennoh

        “Who needs balance when you can grind!”

        The sewer creatures at bioware really couldnt do a worse job.