After two years in development, Warhorse Studios’ realistic medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now fully funded. Dan Vávra Creative Director of Warhorse Studios made a statement on Kickstarter today announcing the big news and gave a bit of history on the project.
Few doubted that anyone would want to play an RPG without the usual fantasy trappings and it was hard for the studio to find support at first. They eventually did but the studio wanted to show investors that their idea was a viable one and took to Kickstarter, not just as a way to get more revenue for their title, but to prove that gamers were interested in a game like this. They certainly were and now the game can go ahead with a full budget behind it.
The studio will now push forward to create things like the main storyline and some of the quests. People can continue to fund the title by donating directly to Warhorse Studios via the official website for the game. Doing so can get those who didn’t fund the Kickstarter campaign to receive some of the rewards and early access to the game.
You can read the full statement from Dan by clicking on the source link below.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is set to be released in 2015 on PC, Linux, Mac and the two current gen consoles: PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.