Warhorse Studios have been quiet about the development of Kingdom Come: Deliverance lately, but that has changed with the release of a new development video. Revealing some updates to the alpha version, it also reveals some details about the beta.
With a recent update to the impressive alpha version of the game, Warhorse have shown some updates in action. In the new video though the developers not only reveal that the alpha has been updated but that the official beta will be coming Q1 2016.
In the video they also look at the new crime system within the game. This looks impressive, especially including the fact that you can kill anybody that you want to in the game. This will have consequences though as the NPC characters around you will react, and go in search of help. The freedom that you are given is impressive.
Also looked at is the way the music will adapt in the game. While this may not be a priority for gamers who want to see more advanced functionality, it shows that progress has been made when music is also been added. They also revealed that the script for the story elements of the game are being finalised too.
For those still looking to help fund the game, you can do so by the Kingdom Come: Deliverance site. This will give you access to the game and let you take part in the testing of it. Be sure to read the site for full details and the funding levels.
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