Kingdom Come: Deliverance – New developer diary showcases new features such as hand-to-hand comba

Warhorse Studios has released a new developer diary for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, in which the team presents the latest development progresses and status of the game. In this video, Warhorse Studios delves into the internal Alpha which provides a good overview about the final game.

This video showcases some of the new features that have been added to the game, like polearms, hand-to-hand combat, the ability to fight on a horse, improved combat AI and movement, as well as book reading.

Warhorse Studios also addressed the status of the PC version. According to the team, the game is being developed on PC primarily and won’t be compromised by the console versions. Instead, all the optimizations that will be featured in the console version will be carried over to the PC version in order to make the game run better.

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