Now, if this isn’t the information thousands of players around the world have been waiting for? Warhorse Studios has finally announced the exact release date for its much-anticipated Medieval-sandbox-RPG. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is slated to arrive on February 13, 2018 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. There is also a brand new story trailer, which really does a great job at conveying the Medieval, Game-of-Throne-ish feel of the game, even though it has no magic in it. But it definitely has a throne. And game. And epic battles. Just watch it, OK?
Kingdom Come: Deliverance has now got its own Steam page along with a description of its features and updated minimum and recommended system requirements. For now only backers can play the early version as well as those who pre-order the game on the official website.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance will tell a story of a common man, son of a blacksmith, whose village gets destroyed and family killed. This classic theme of revenge will drive the protagonist across a huge, dynamic open world set in Bohemia, the heart of Europe, during a brutal civil war. The developers want the game to be historically accurate in regard to famous figures, cities and locations, weapons, etc. and give players full freedom when it comes to character progression, morality, solving quests, combat and more.