- Warhorse promises some attractions this week;
- Koch Media (owner of Warhorse) streams a room full of medieval items;
- Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 may be revealed on July 11, during Summer Game Fest.
There are many indications that Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2, a continuation of the popular historical RPG by Warhorse, may be announced at any moment now. Such conclusions can be drawn from the recent activities of the developer and publisher.
Koch Media, the company that owns Warhorse, has launched a website with E3 in mind - www.weknowsomethingyoudontknow.com. It currently displays a stream from Twitch, showing a desk with a computer. The room also contains objects reminiscent of the Middle Ages (thus the Kingdom Come: Deliverance franchise), such as a crown or a mace. The room's decor is updated with new objects from time to time, so there will be more and more clues about the yet-to-be-revealed game.
The stream with items alone does not mean anything. Koch Media is a large corporation with many different publishers and developers under its wing. However, people from Warhorse also got involved in the teasing. The team's PR manager stated on Twitter that this week will be full of attractions. Moreover, the official account of the team has recently liked a lot of tweets from players expressing their hopes for Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2.
Of course, nothing is a foregone conclusion, but all these clues combined make the sequel announcement seem likely. It is possible that it will take place on June 11. The publishers being a part of Koch Media group will show their games during the upcoming Summer Game Fest.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance was released in 2018 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game proved to be quite a success, selling 3 million copies in two years after its release. The fact that the studio has plans for a sequel has been known for quite some time, but for now the project has not been officially confirmed.
- Kingdom Come Deliverance - official website
- Kingdom Come Deliverance - game guide