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Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been delayed to 2017

Warhorse Studios has announced that Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been officially delayed to 2017. Warhorse Studios originally planned to release the game on the PC this Summer, and on consoles at a later date. However, it appears that the game will come on all platforms, simultaneously, sometime in 2017.

As Warhorse Studios claimed:

“We at Warhorse Studios decided to postpone the final release date for Kingdom Come: Deliverance to achieve the quality we and our players expect. We want Kingdom Come: Deliverance to be an exceptional RPG and that requires exceptional treatment and polishing. Since the successful Kickstarter campaign, we have listened intently to the opinions of our fans and with the new language packs, we hope to get even more feedback that will help us deliver the best possible gaming experience. We believe that the result will be a great collective project and will be well worth the wait.”

Back in March, Warhorse Studios claimed that the PC version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been delayed in order to be released alongside the console versions.

Thankfully, this new delay is about the quality of the product itself, or at least that’s what Warhorse Studios claims.

Here is hoping that it will be worth the delay!


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