Have you ever wondered what it would be like to walk around 15th Century Bohemia? Well, neither had we until we saw Warhorse Studios’ new RPG, Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Taking historical accuracy to a whole new level, Warhorse Studios have created a reconstruction of the Bohemian landscape, facilitating a non-linear story based on real events.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Taking you back to Medieval Bohemia.
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Players will find themselves in a dynamic world where their actions will influence what happens around them. Almost every character in Deliverance has a purpose and can affect the quests that players receive, so it’s important to bear this in mind before you take out that miscreant that owes you money. Building good relationships with other characters will make it easier to haggle and may even help to persuade people to help you out in certain situations. However, you will have to be mindful of your actions. Players will have to live with their decisions as they cannot simply load previous quick saves and manipulate the way they want their quests to play out. Although tempting, hitting the save button too often will temporarily reduce your stats so you will have to carefully consider your options before moving forward, and live with the consequences.
Epic Historical Battles
Furthermore, players will have the opportunity to engage in realistic combat, utilising a number of weapons from the Medieval period. With a sixteen-slot system for amour and the ability to only carry one weapon at a time, players will really have to think about their perfect build. It’s fair to say that you’ll soon come to know the struggles of Medieval life. Perfecting any skill in real life takes time and a hell of a lot of practice and the same goes for Deliverance. Whether you want to be an expert sweet-talker or a master swordsman, you’ll have to invest a considerable amount of time in improving your skills.
Although we didn’t get a chance to actually play Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Warhorse Studios has most certainly spiked our interest with this heavily delayed title. The developer has different ideas for their RPG, including a forced first-person camera and a restrictive save system - both of which will serve as interesting challenges for players. We appreciate the level of detail and care that has been taken to ensure that the game is as historically accurate as possible. Including details such as which fruits were available in Medieval Bohemian markets is a nice touch and we’re looking forward to discovering more historical gems. Whether or not the game will have the same amount of polish as Skyrim remains to be seen. Nonetheless, the game currently looks pretty good and we can’t wait to see more of it.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is being developed using the support of crowdfunding. To support the development of the game and get access to the Beta along with a number of other bonuses, head over to Warhorse Studios’ website.
Most Anticipated Feature: Killing a bunch of NPCs and seeing how this affects our quests.