Deep Silver and Warhorse Studios released the official launch trailer for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. It’s been in development for the last four years after completing a very successful Kickstarter campaign. They managed to continue funding through their official website, slowly moving toward the finish line. Well, the finish line is finally here and Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now ready to shine on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The launch trailer gives you a short overview of just some of the many things you’ll be able to do in the game, including combat, horse riding, stealing, laughing it up at the tavern, and hunting down bandits like a 15th century Punisher. You can check out the trailer below.
The game centers around the son of a blacksmith named Henry. His mother and father were killed and it’s up to you to lead Henry down the path of righteous vengeance.
Of course, before you can get to the vengeance part you first have to get strong, get good with weapons, and then get even.
You’ll have a multitude of quests to complete in a number of different ways across the medieval open-world, and you’ll be able to choose Henry’s moral alignment based on the decisions you make throughout the game.
According to Eurogamer there’s a near 30GB day-one patch for Kingdom Come: Deliverance and a 20GB patch on Steam. It’s something to keep in mind whether you get the game physically or digitally.
There was some minor controversy leading up to the game’s release, with some members of the Alt-Right getting banned on the forums and sub-Reddit page. The moderators never really gave a clear message on why the bans occurred, but it was mentioned that some SJШ agitators on the forum were left alone. It’s just something to consider.
You can look to pick up a digital or physical copy of Kingdom Come: Deliverance for PS4, Xbox One or PC starting February 13th.