Kingdom Come: Deliverance, the upcoming role-playing game from Warhorse, has been the subject of much talk due to the developer’s super realistic approach to the game’s content, where everything from the architecture to combat is being based on careful research into the relevant historical periods. The game even refers to figures within the story who were real historical figures like Charles IV, and the whole story commences from an angle that also has a solid historical basis. In fact, unlike most other medieval era-based games, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is all about realism, with no magic figuring in its way. It is all but natural that a game that has such high aspirations will also rely on none but the very best of publishers to do it justice. For this purpose, Warhorse has tied up with the German publisher of the Dead Island series, Deep Silver.
Warhorse CEO Martin Fryvaldsky explained that the decision to involve Deep Silver with the project was made to help the game reach out to a wider player base. “Our best competence is to create an outstanding game. With Koch Media (the German multinational who owns Deep Silver) as a strong partner, we will now have the chance to reach an even wider audience,” said Fryvaldsky.
As a result of the partnership, Deep Silver will be in charge of publishing the game’s physical and digital copies meant for the consoles, while Warhorse will publish the digital version specifically for the PC version. The physical edition for the PC will also be published by Deep Silver. It has been confirmed that all the versions of Kingdom Come: Deliverance will land at the same time, though a specific release date has not yet been set for the upcoming game.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is one exciting game to look forward to. From whatever we have seen from the trailers that have been released so far, the game has set some incredibly high standards for itself. The game will play out much like the situations we encounter in real life, and the player has to focus on a lot of aspects besides combat, like sustenance and reputation, to fare through its world. The quests will be open-ended, with multiple choices afforded to the player to complete objectives, so as to not limit the scope of the outcome.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance will launch on Microsoft Windows, PS4, and Xbox One sometime in January. Stay tuned for more updates.