Kingdom Come: Deliverance, themedieval single-player RPG, created by Warhorse Studios, has been delayed until 2017.
Originally funded back in February 2014, Kingdom Come: Deliverance was scheduled to ship back in Q4 2015 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In March,in order to launch simultaneously with the console versions of the game.
have confirmation from a Warhorse spokesperson saying the game has been pushed back until 2017. The website says an official announcement on the exact release date will be coming between E3 and Gamescom, so stay tuned for that.
The game hasn’t been abandoned, but it does appear development is taking a rather long time. In March, the developers released a beta for the Kickstarter backers. We’ve included the trailer for the beta below so you can get a good look at it.
If you would still like to be part of Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s development, you can pre-purchase the game directly from the. Here you can choose from five different editions of the game, including:
• Digital Edition (PC) for $49.99 (USD)
• Digital Collector's Edition (PC) for $59.99
• Collector's Edition (PC) for $64.99
• Deluxe Edition (PC) for $149.99, including the art book, commemorative coin, or statue
• Limited Edition (PC) for $499.99, including a sword; until the supplies last