Warhorse Studios has confirmed that the release of its ambitious-looking RPG, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, has been delayed until 2017.
The studio confirmed the news to website wccftech, although didn’t elaborate any further in regards to exactly when the game will ship next year. However, an announcement is expected to drop in the coming months, possibly at E3 or Gamescom.
Sadly, this isn’t the first time the game has been delayed. Warhorse originally had the game pencilled in for a release in the fourth quarter of 2015, although the game was delayed until summer 2016.
The Cry Engine-powered medieval romp was Kickstarted back in February 2014 after raising £1,106,371 on the crowdfunding site, with additional funds gathered on Warhorse’s official website.
Not familiar with Kingdom Come: Deliverance? Have a gander at the press blurb on the game below.
"A first-person, open world, realistic RPG that will take you to Medieval Europe in a time of great upheaval and strife. A humble, young blacksmith loses everything to war. As he tries to fulfill the dying wish of his father, Fate drags him into the thick of a conspiracy to save a kidnapped king and stop a bloody conflict. You will wander the world, fighting as a knight, lurking in the shadows as a rogue, or using the bard’s charm to persuade people to your cause. You will dive deep into a sweeping, epic, nonlinear story from Daniel Vávra, an award-winning designer from the Mafia series. Our unique, first-person combat system lets you wield sword or bow in both one-on-one skirmishes and large-scale battles. All of this – and more – brought to life beautifully with next-gen visuals delivered via Cryengine."
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is due out on PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One. Check out the E3 2015 trailer here.