Dungeons & No Dragons.
By Tim Colwill on January 23, 2014 at 10:19 am
A new Czech Republic studio by the name of Warhorse, whose developers have worked on titles such as Mafia, Mafia 2, ArmA, Operation Flashpoint, Crysis 3, and Forza Horizon, have pulled the wraps off an impressive-looking new medieval RPG by the name of Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
Billing itself as an enormous sandbox, the game is set in a realistic medieval time period, with dungeons but no dragons, no magic, no wizards — just the proper stuff like sieges, horseback riding, smithing and gory first-person combat. Warhorse claim that the world will be filled with a complex ecosystem that gives NPCs proper routines and tracks your actions to give you realistic consequences, as well as a quest system that allows you to just wander around in the woods and ignore your responsibilities (if you like).
Check out the great-looking trailer below, or hit up their Kickstarter page right here for more.