"real-time collision detection" and other fancy tech now possible.
The combat system is "not constrained to few sets of canned animations" but feels believable and natural, says Warhorse, and it all "seamlessly integrates" with everything.
Kingdom Come blends tactics, timing, player skill and character stats in this medieval non-fantasy RPG. Just 9 days remain for the Kickstarter campaign and its over £700k.
The Czech developer published somefor their crowd-funding campaign, with a quarter of their overall pledges coming from the United States, with Europe collectively equating to half their funds. This pie chart was created back when the campaign was at just over £500k.
Should thereach £900k then Warhorse will include a Tournament mode, which would let us use any equipment and choose our opponents as we try to win the tournament by authentic rules.