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Realistic single-player RPG set in the medieval Europe. Open-world sandbox with period accurate melee combat. Dungeons & no Dragons.
Realistic single-player RPG set in the medieval Europe. Open-world sandbox with period accurate melee combat. Dungeons & no Dragons.
Realistic single-player RPG set in the medieval Europe. Open-world sandbox with period accurate melee combat. Dungeons & no Dragons.
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The end of crowdfunding August 17th

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We would like to thank you for your extraordinary support beginning with our Kickstarter campaign and continuing through all these years until now. With the release of Kingdom Come: Deliverance pinned for February 13th, 2018, the crowdfunding phase is coming to an end. 

We will discontinue the campaign on our website August 17th, so we can fully focus on finishing the production and opening all the pre-order channels for you. For you nothing will change as you'll be able to access the Beta till the release of the full game. 

To get more info, please visit official forum, or join Reddit and Steam.

 

Play Kingdom Come: Deliverance at Gamescom!

From August 23rd to 26th, you can play Kingdom Come: Deliverance at Gamescom, Germany. The game will be located in the Deep Silver booth, Hall 9.1 / Booth B011. Please follow the map for more info.  

We are happy we can meet you face to face around the booth, as we are looking forward to show you the progress we have made with the development.  

To see a glimpse of the gameplay experience awaiting you, watch the video from ESO, who played a few quests with us. ESO also agreed to visit our booth, so be prepared to take selfies with him at the show :-)

 

Do you want to see behind the curtains?

A team of nice people from Gameumentary started a series of unique documentaries about indie studios, including Warhorse! If you want to see, how the Kingdom Come: Deliverance was created, please support their campaign on Kickstarter while there are some Early Bird bonuses!

 

Wishlist Kingdom Come: Deliverance on Steam!

We launched "Coming Soon" page on Steam, where you will be able to get your copy of the game in the future. Make sure to not miss any updates and add Kingdom Come: Deliverance to your wishlist today!

 

Thank you for support!

Warhorse Team

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      Neo on

      Hi! Some news about Linux and GOG? :)

    2. amigacooke on

      @Billy J. West Jr.

      To be fair, Warhorse will give a refund to Linux/macOS backers if asked.

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      Billy J. West Jr. on

      Congrats to all you Windows gamers. I hope you enjoy the game developed with the help of those of us who contributed on the promise of a Linux version but were, once again, given the shaft. Kingdom Come and three other games I backed have done this, and I'll never back another game due to this depict.

    4. Remember Citadel on

      No macOS / Linux support? That's a bummer :( Any news in regard to GOG Galaxy support?

    5. Billy Wardlaw
      Superbacker
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      w00t!

    6. abaddon1 on

      @Stevie

      What they said December of 2016 was

      "We have no specific information for Linux/Mac unfortunately, even the analysis of the engine would take several months to have complete info about the possibility to release the game on those platforms. We don't have the time right now. Sorry about that!"

      So my take away from that is that Mac/Linux is officially dropped until some further notice that would suggest otherwise.

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      stevie on

      What is the state of Linux support? I backed because I need Linux support as I have neither a gaming console, nor a Windows system. Thanks for the information!

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      Derek Reeves on

      How will platform preference be handled, specifically, Xbox One. Thanks and grats, as the beta I tried on PC was shaping up nicely.

    9. amigacooke on

      Shame about the macOS and Linux backers though. They backed Warhorse, but Warhorse never backed them.