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Games hit $89.1 million in pledges on Kickstarter in 2014

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Last year sucked up a collective $89.1 million from gamer wallets as Kickstarter pledges successfully supported 1,980 game projects on the crowd-funding bazaar of curious oddities.

The games crown sights atop the rightful heir of medieval RPG, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which was backed by 35,384 peasants who threw over £1.1 million at creator Warhorse Studios.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance's pretty landscapes showcased in new trailer ahead of backer pre-Alpha

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Warhorse Studios' ambitious RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance might be set in the violent world of the middle ages, but that doesn't mean there can't be some beautiful landscapes to enjoy.

This latest trailer, released just before the game's backer only pre-Alpha version goes live this October 22, shows the peaceful, rural side of medieval life.

Alpha version of historical RPG Kingdom Come available to backers this September/October

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I am so ready for historical RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance. An open-world game set in the turbulent middle ages, with billhooks and guisarmes rather than magical wands and +1 longswords? Sign me up.

If you can't wait until the game's projected 2015 release to start hacking peasants apart with their own farming implements, you can back the game to get access to an Alpha version, which Warhorse Studios has revealed is coming in "September/October".

Warhorse Studios launch own crowd-funding for RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance

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The medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance is still open for business when it comes to pledges late to the party, following its £1,106,371 Kickstarter success. Reward tiers are still available to late backers.

If you've already pledged then you can also upgrade to a higher tier. Their next stretch goal stands at $2m and they're just over $120k shy. They want to hire better actors for performance capture.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance most likely digital first, publishers "good for nothing"

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Warhorse Studios was at GDC and they got to talking with interested parties for their non-fantasy medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance, and they concluded: publishers are "basically good for nothing."

At least the larger ones are, while the small publishers "are much more sensible," and understand "the way the world is moving." A digital release is in their future.

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