Kingdom Come: Deliverance developers promise fixes in upcoming patch

All the way back in 2014 a Kickstarter campaign was announced for a new realistic fantasy role-playing game. This little Kickstarter would end up raising over 2 million USD and would help Kingdom Come: Deliverance eventually get published.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Nearly 4 years after the Kickstarter campaign, Kingdom Come: Deliverance finally launched earlier this month. It launched to positive reviews and fan feedback, but not everything is sunshine and rainbows for Warhorse Studios’ debut game.

On release day, Kingdom Come received a giant 22GB patch. This update didn’t fix all of the bugs within the game, but Warhorse Studios is promising that will be changing. Let’s get you guys caught up:

  • Although fans are generally positive about Kingdom Come, they do have two complaints. The overcomplicated lock picking and the saving system.
  • Fear not, lead developer Daniel Vavra announced he is aware of the complaints and Warhorse will be fixing these issues.
  • Additionally, this upcoming patch will fix many of the games’ ongoing issues like frame rate drops, broken quests and consistent character clipping.
  • Daniel Vavra also has this to say about the upcoming patch: “The next patch is coming soon and will fix a lot of quest bugs and other issues like frame drops. Expected release in approx 2 weeks.”

So, have you been playing Kingdom Come: Deliverance? If so, does this update excite you?

What do you think?

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