Folks that want all the scripting and modding tools or code for Kingdom Come: Deliverance there’s good news for you in that Warhorse Studios has released said support for PC goers. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
The medieval game that caught flak from mainstream “journalists” because it wasn’t “inclusive” enough can now fit any spicy vision by creating any single-purpose modification such as new textures, items, weapons, clothes, texts, hairstyles, NPC heads, beards, rules, Buffs/Perks, brushes, vegetation assets, levels, animations, and more.
In addition to the above, the devs released a video on official modding tools for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which shows how your creativity, passion, and skills can alter the game in question.
If you want to learn more about the team’s tools, you can take a look at the KCD Modding Wiki on nexusmods.com, where different tools and their descriptions are up as well as video tutorials.
Speaking of video guides and tutorials here’s the latest mod introductory trailer by Warhorse Studios via the dev team’s YouTube channel:
Moreover, if you are waiting for total conversion mods, then you are in luck given that fans of Kingdom Come: Deliverance and other medieval movies, games, and media will likely implement said stuff. The true question that remains unanswered is, how long will it take before different content and quality conversion mods hit the scene?
While there are some people out there saying that this move should have happened a year ago, nevertheless, it’s a move that will bring longevity to the game as a whole. Additionally, I’m sure this act will also attract more people to play the game as well as bringing back those who have it just sitting in their library.
Anyway, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is available to pick up right now for PC and home consoles.