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Kingdom Come: Deliverance – PC version will not be downgraded due to consoles

Back in May, we informed you about the delay of Kingdom Come: Deliverance. According to Warhorse Studios, the game was delayed on all platforms until 2017. The original plan was to release the game on the PC and afterwards on consoles, however the developer – and we assume the publisher – decided to simultaneously release the game on all platforms.

Naturally – and since the PC version was delayed due to consoles – a lot of PC gamers wondered whether the game’s visuals would be downgraded. After all, the game is still facing major performance issues on the PC.

According to Warhorse Studios, the PC version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance won’t be limited by consoles.

“The PC version will not be changed for consoles, the console version will be done by a port from the PC version, not the other way around. If you have a really powerful pc, you will be able to use it as you should.”

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a realistic first-person RPG that will be published by Deep Silver in 2017!

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