Kingdom Come: Deliverance Launch Trailer

Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s launch is upon us after surviving Kickstarter four years ago and Warhorse Studios has released a dramatic, new trailer to celebrate. The massive RPG arrives tomorrow February 13, 2018, on PS4, Xbox One, and PC and the new trailer gives you a peek at religion, leisure, and violence that permeates throughout the non-linear, medieval role-playing game.

The launch trailer for Kingdom Come: Deliverance gives us a taste of many different aspects of the game. This includes the game’s story, which follows the son of a blacksmith getting revenge for his village being destroyed, the intense and difficult combat, and side activities like arm wrestling and Farkle.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance separates itself from other RPGs by putting more of a focus on realism. You aren’t a special chosen one in the game’s story, and fighting is dangerous and difficult, just like in real life. Many of the in-game locations are even based on real-world places that still exist today.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance will release February 13, 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Check out the Trailer:

Failure does not mean loss in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. If you make a decision, you will have to live with it. Your speech check failed when trying to convince the drunk tp pay the money he owes? You can try stealing it from him, or maybe you can settle it like a couple of monkeys and punch each other until you get what you want. If the fight fails, you can come back later with a crew of friends to try it again in a completely unfair four-on-one bout. Every part of the game provides this level of nuanced decision-making that will let you play exactly how you want to, seemingly in a less gamified way than most games currently do.

This web of choices extends to reputations with town and individuals, and politics of the country, again based on real life politics of the time. Every one of these systems weaves in and out of each other to provide a game that seems to have exceptional depth. Often times, politics are just as if not more important than fights. While a clean left hook or a sharp blade can solve some problems, it’s the subtlety and tact that makes the real difference.

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