Kingdom Come: Deliverance gets new gameplay video, provides first look at stealth

Warhorse Studios has released new gameplay footage of Kingdom Come: Deliverance at Gamescomshowcasing the RPG’s polearm weapons, hand-to-hand combat, and classic medieval swordplay. Additionally, the footage provides the first-ever glimpse of the game’s stealth mechanics.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been in development since early 2012, being funded via a Kickstarter campaign.

It is the Prague-based studio’s first game after being founded in 2011 by Dan Vavra, creator of Mafia and Mafia 2

Never heard of Kingdom Come: Deliverance? Want to know more? Well here’s an official overview via the game’s Kickstarter:

“A first-person, open world, realistic RPG that will take you to Medieval Europe in a time of great upheaval and strife. A humble, young blacksmith loses everything to war. As he tries to fulfill the dying wish of his father, Fate drags him into the thick of a conspiracy to save a kidnapped king and stop a bloody conflict. You will wander the world, fighting as a knight, lurking in the shadows as a rogue, or using the bard’s charm to persuade people to your cause. You will dive deep into a sweeping, epic, nonlinear story from Daniel Vávra, an award-winning designer from the Mafia series. Our unique, first-person combat system lets you wield sword or bow in both one-on-one skirmishes and large-scale battles. All of this – and more – brought to life beautifully with next-gen visuals delivered via Cryengine.”

Features:

  • Non-linear story lets you choose between being a villain or a savior. Every quest can be solved in multiple ways.
  • A revolutionary combat system based on inverse kinematics, the only one of its kind to offer a rich, authentic yet easy-to-control, first-person melee experience. Based on actual 15th century fighting techniques and designed in cooperation with medieval martial arts experts.
  • Improve your character. Different play styles – warrior, rogue or bard – can be mixed and matched as you see fit. You can develop your skills, earn new perks, and fine-tune your equipment.
  • Large realistic, medieval-themed, open world landscape covering 3.5 square miles and 30 hours of gameplay (in first act, out of 3 total).
  • Lead the charge in enormous, open field battles and sieges. You are no superhero. If you’re going to take on an army of enemies, you better find one of your own to back you up.
  • Take a trip through the Middle Ages: Traverse sprawling cities, magnificent castles, towering, dark forests, and muck-strewn villages.
  • Discover this huge world from horseback or on foot. If you can see it, you can visit it.
  • A dynamic world comes alive. Every inhabitant plays a role in their communities, and as night follows day, you can watch people work, help them when needed, or try to interfere in their routine and see what happens.
  • Build relationships with characters, become a criminal or a local hero, seduce local women, threaten your enemies or pardon vanquished opponents.
  • Create your own weapons, cook, brew up potions, or dig around for silver. All crafting occurs in-game, using clever mini-games, rather than boring, soulless menus.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is currently scheduled for release sometime in 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

My Opinion:

Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been one of my most anticipated games since its announcement, and everything I’ve seen so far from it more than warrants the excitement. Not only will this be one of the best RPGs of the year when it releases, but one of the best games. You can bet your uncle on it.


Tyler Fischer is a Senior Writer for MONG who plays video games when he’s not busy researching alien conspiracy theories at 2AM. You can find him on Twitter.

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