Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an upcoming medieval role-playing game (RPG) set to launch on February 13, 2018 on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. Contrary to its open nature, the game is story-driven and immerses you in an adventure in the Holy Roman Empire. You get to explore majestic castles, deep forests, thriving villages, and countless other real-life places in medieval Bohemia.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance begins rather tragically because you have to avenge your parents' death. While that may be the main quest, there are much larger forces at play. The game features tense battles, game-changing quests, and the ability to dramatically impact the world by making certain choices. The launch trailer captures some of the events that unfold during the campaign.
Aside from having skill-based combat along the lines of For Honor, Kingdom Come: Deliverance makes you constantly think about what your commanding officer will say or how others will be affected by your decisions. While this may seem restrictive, it definitely adds to the realism. Even back then, soldiers couldn't go around doing what they wanted, they had to follow certain procedure.
Hopefully when Kingdom Come: Deliverance launches tomorrow, it'll be a polished experience even on consoles. The developer confirmed that the game will support Xbox One X when it comes out. The title will run at 1440p on Xbox One X and 1080p on PlayStation 4 Pro.
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