Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Tech Alpha Update Brings Sword Fighting & Horse Riding

Warhorse Studios announced today that a new massive update for Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now available to all backers. This new update introduces sword fighting and horse riding, expands the game’s map, and adds 7 additional quests.

Here are the key features of Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s latest update:

-Unique sword combat system created and designed with medieval arts experts, to give a real sense of 15th century fighting techniques. Players can now try to master the Longsword, 7 different attacks and 5 special combos. They can now try to defeat opponents of different levels while taking into account the following features:
*Aiming at 5 different body parts.
*Managing stamina for improved parrying or attacks.
*Using special technics such as half-swording, pommel strikes, clinch, etc.
*Punching, Kicking or pushing to the ground opponents.
*Defeating, protections from leather to full plate armor. Each requiring special tactics and technics.
-Map expansion: 4 times bigger than the previous update, with new locations, including Merhojed village, an army camp with proving grounds, shooting range and a secret stash guarded by Cuman raiders.
-7 additional quests including English voice-overs.
-Experience new features like alchemy, lock picking, archery or grave digging.
-New languages: We are releasing German and French subtitles today!

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Tech Alpha 0.4 - Introducing Sword Combat

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