Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Patch 1.4.3 is now available, full release notes revealed

Warhorse Studios has released a brand new update for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. This update is 4.5GB in size and is mainly a stability patch as it fixes a number of crashes. It also fixes some bugs that have been reported by the game’s community.

Going into more details, the Kingdom Come: Deliverance patch 1.4.3 fixes crashes after interrogating the captive in “Questions and Answers”, crashes after timeskip/fast travel should no longer occur, a very rare crash after loading a game, a crash after walking into Straw’s house during the “Pestilence” quest and a crash after finishing the “Pestilence” quest.

As always, Steam will download this patch once you launch its client, and you can find its complete changelog below.

Kingdom Come Deliverance Patch 1.4.3 Release Notes

  • Cutscene after completion of “Questions and Answers” quest now triggers properly.
  • Game no longer crashes after interrogating the captive in “Questions and Answers”
  • Rattay armorer should no longer get stuck in infinite sleep behaviour.
  • Player with an equipped bow can now be dehorsed by enemies.
  • Player can no longer lock on a non-existing opponent.
  • Fixed instant game over bug in Baptism of Fire quest.
  • Crashes after timeskip/fast travel should no longer occur.
  • Game no longer crashes after “The Sport of Kings” quest.
  • Crash after walking into Straw’s house during the “Pestilence” quest is fixed.
  • Crash after finishing the “Pestilence” quest is fixed.
  • Very rare crash after loading a game is fixed.

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