Kingdom Come Deliverance Developer Warhorse Signs Publishing Deal With Deep Silver

Kingdom Come Deliverance is an open world RPG that aims to capture the essence of medieval times, with realistic combat and the game also features no magic. While the developer has not yet announced the release date for the game, the devs have signed a deal with Saints Row and Dead Island games publisher, Deep Silver.

According to developer Warhorse CEO Martin Fryvaldsky, this partnership will allow the game to reach more players.

Our best competence is to create an outstanding game. With Koch Media (owner of Deep Silver) as a strong partner we will now have the chance to reach an even wider audience.

Deep Silver will be publishing the physical and digital version of the game for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and the physical version for the PC. Warhorse on the other hand will only publish the digital version of the game for PC. All versions of the game will release in 2017, but a specific release date is yet to be announced.

Recently, developer Warhorse revealed some new details regarding game’s RPG system, armor layer system and more. According to the developer, players will be able to choose from three different play styles, which include stealth, diplomacy and violence. The Developer has detailed the Kingdom Come Deliverance RPG system, Armor layer System, survival and item quality.

Kingdom Come Deliverance was successfully crowdfunded back in 2014 through Kickstarter, and the game raised $1.8 million.

The game is set in 1403 Bohemia, and the most interesting part of this RPG is that it does not have any fantasy elements like magic or dragons, which are often found in today’s RPGs.

No exact release date has been announced, but Kingdom Come Deliverance will release in 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Source: GameSpot