Today we can celebrate the launch of one of the most anticipated titles launching this generation. Warhorse studios pitched the idea of traditional medieval RPG back in 2014 with their Kickstarter for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. After demolishing its initial goals Deep Silver graciously picked up publishing duties and has allowed Kingdom Come to turn into the gem it’s going to be today. Who wouldn’t want to try out Gamescon’s 2017 PC Game of the Year award winner?
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a realistic, historical-based RPG set in 1403 in the Kingdom of Bohemia. Emperor Charles IV (King and Holy Roman Emperor) has died, leaving his oldest son, Wenceslaus IV, to ascend the throne. Wenceslaus proves to be an ineffective leader, and his half-brother, Sigismund the Red Fox (King of Hungary), kidnaps Wenceslaus, leaving the country without a ruler. Sigismund then proceeds to use his forces to plunder throughout Bohemia. You play as Henry, the son of a blacksmith who is seeking justice for your family and village that was raised by order of King Sigismund. You join the resistance led by Lord Radzig Kobyla, finding yourself fighting in the midst of a civil war.