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Latest Kingdom Come: Deliverance patch fixes over 200 bugs on Xbox One

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a medieval role-playing game which launched to mixed reviews a few months ago. The game was praised for its story and fighting mechanics, but there were numerous bugs that detracted from the experience. Luckily, Warhorse Studios has been hard at work on making the game even better and today the team released a new patch on Xbox One.

Aside from publishing the patch notes on the Xbox One Reddit page, the developer issued the following statement about the improvements.

Patch 1.5 is here and it comes with some exciting new features as well! On top of having over 200 bug fixes and newly simulated women clothing, the player can now wash away his sins by buying indulgences in churches. If there was any time to get back into Kingdom Come: Deliverance, now would be the time! Please keep the feedback coming folks! We will continue to make Kingdom Come: Deliverance the best experience that we possibly can. Thank you all for your patience and support.

It's great to see Warhorse Studios working diligently to fix problems like broken dialogue options and performance. Hopefully we will see a steady stream of patches in the coming months so that Kingdom Come: Deliverance becomes even better.

Set in 1403, you play as Henry, a humble blacksmith's son, who winds up in not-so-humble circumstances. The game starts off in a fairly benign way, where you resolve village disputes, learn your father's craft, and play real dice games from the time period. The opening is quite deceptive because Henry's simple life is disrupted in a severe way and the adventure begins from there. You will eventually find yourself taking part in large-scale battles, and helping solve a political crisis that threatens all of Bohemia.

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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.

7 Comments
  • Where was quality testing before this was released? There is no reason why a game should have so many bugs upon release
  • "PLEASE COME BACK! WE NEED YOU TO BUY OUR DLC!"
  • Quite easy, they announced release date on summer last year, when they thought they have enough time for testing. The investor pushing them to release ASAP is a pretty good reason. They tested and fixed bugs for several months, turns out they needed a few weeks more. Quite easy to understand with a new studio.
  • But Xbox has no games.....
  • Love that Lumia 950XL at 4:25 in the video!
  • David is known to be a huge Windows Mobile fan, but in a recent interview he suggested that he will soon make the switch to android. I don't blame him, I blame Nadella.
  • I was really enjoying the game but got distracted by work.etc. time to continue the story me thinks