Kingdom Come: Deliverance Could Come To PS4 & Xbox One
Warhorse’s interesting medieval RPG has been in the works for a while, and we’ve covered it’s early days before.
After shopping the unique RPG around different publishers, however, it was clear to Warhorse that Kingdom Come: Deliverance – the name of the game, if you hadn’t guessed – only had one option.
Warhorse has launched its Kickstarter project for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, finally offering up a chance to see a bit more of than game than some in-development engine stuff.
The game is a medieval-only RPG, meaning that yes it has a ‘fantasy’ setting, of sorts, but there won’t be any spells, or dragons or fairy princesses trapped in towers.
This is intended to be a very realistic approach to the medieval RPG, something that is sorely lacking in the industry.
It’s built on CryEngine and already looks rather lovely. It’ll feature original – and hopefully complex – sword combat, mounted battles and even crafting mini-games (rather than restricting it all to a menu option).
If you’re into medieval RPGs, this is definitely one you’ll need to take a look at – it could be pretty special.
And best of all you may not need a high-end PC to run it, since the Kickstarter project suggests that a PS4 version of the game could happen, providing Kingdom Come: Deliverance is approved for release.
Warhorse is looking for a fairly measly £300,000 in funding, which is considerably less than most Kickstarter projects of this scale.
Though Kingdom Come: Deliverance is the first act of an intended trilogy, Warhorse is targetting 30 hours of content for the first act alone.
Check out the Kingdom Come: Deliverance Kickstarter to find out more. Here’s some screenshots of the game: