Kingdom Come Deliverance Officially Delayed for PC

Launching later along with PS4 and Xbox One.

Posted By | On 07th, Mar. 2016

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Warhorse’s Kingdom Come: Deliverance was initially pegged by the developer to be delayed on PC due to the desire to have simultaneous releases with the PS4 and Xbox One versions (which were scheduled for after the PC launch). Sadly, that’s now become a reality.

According to a Prague spokesperson who spoke to Polygon, the PC version will not be launching in the Summer. It will now be releasing alongside the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Though the game is still set to release this year, there’s no official release date announced as of yet.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be taking place in medieval Europe and features open world elements and the ability to build your reputation across the countryside. It combines survival elements with realistic sword-fighting and siege battles.

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