Kingdom Come: Deliverance
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Developer: Warhorse Studios
Content Rating: Mature
Kingdom Come: Deliverance will utilize a classless role-playing game system, allowing players to customize their skills to take on roles such as a warrior, bard, thief or something in between. Abilities and stats will grow depending on what the player does and says through branched dialogue trees. During conversations the time a player takes to make a decision is limited and will have an effect on their relationships with others. Reputation will be based on player choices and will carry consequences.
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance - The Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon
Oct 16, 2018
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Even with these issues in mind, anyone who can appreciate the down-and-dirty nature of history should play Kingdom Come: Deliverance. It's an impressive and unflinching look at the medieval era that transports you inside the compelling story of a real person caught in the middle of a civil war. As such, this is one of those rare, memorable games that stays with you long after you stop playing. While quirks and bugs can certainly be frustrating, none of these issues interfere much with the unique and captivating nature of the overall experience.
Warhorse Studios took a big risk with this game and hopefully in the long run the technical issues can be addressed, because as of right now, they prevent Deliverance from reaching greatness. If you can climb over the mountain of jank and poor optimization then you'll be in for an incredibly authentic experience, that when it works, truly puts role-playing front and center in a fabulous way.
Historical realism and a unique premise when marketing that to players can only carry the game so far, and with every passing hour the constant inconsistencies, graphical issues, and oddball game mechanics become problematic to the overall experience. There is a good game in Kingdom Come, and it does shine through at times, but often it is an exercise of tedium to overcome its flaws. For players willing to push through those flaws though, Kingdom Come is a game worth trying for yourself.