Kingdom Come: Deliverance Launch Trailer

Posted on 13 Feb 2018

To kick off today we’ve got an appropriately timed launch trailer for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Warhorse Studios upcoming medieval RPG set in Bohemia in the early 1400’s. You’ll play as Henry, a blacksmith’s son who gets pulled into events far larger than himself and treks the Bohmian countryside on a quest for revenge. From what we’ve seen the story is a nice mix of historical and fictional events. We’re currently in the process of playing it so stay tuned for a full review just as soon as we can stop wandering around the woods chasing rabbits for fun.

Official Press Release

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Launch Trailer released

Warhorse Studio medieval RPG

12 February – Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver release the Launch Trailer for the critically acclaimed RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance. The successful Kickstarter takes its final turn with the release for PlayStation®4, PC and Xbox One (the all-in-one entertainment system from Microsoft) tomorrow across the globe.

Watch the Launch Trailer on YouTube:

Alongside today’s video and tomorrow’s launch of the game, Executive Producer at Warhorse Studios, Martin Klima, addresses backers, players, family and friends alike:

“Four years after our Kickstarter campaign, our game is set to be released tomorrow. The task was really big and our team although still quite small and we always wanted to deliver, to create the game we wanted and we believed you wanted. Before talking about some background, all of us at Warhorse would like to thank our community, the backers and friends who helped us to bring this dream to life by giving us the chance to develop what we believe is a unique RPG experience!

The production realities of game development mean that a ‘release’ version has to be finalised some time before the actual release date. We could have used this time to get some rest, or we could use it to create some additional content and sell it to you as DLC, but we went back to the version-to-be-released and worked on it. The results are obvious: quests are more balanced, RPG progression is smoother, the game runs faster and every facet of the game got more polish. The drawback of course is that most of the data in the old build was replaced and has to be downloaded as a patch. At a hefty size, it’s going to take some time to download and it’s a shame. Still, we strongly believe that after four years wait it will pay off to wait a little bit longer while the Day 1 patch is downloading. Trust me, it will deliver the awesome experience YOU deserve!”

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