Andy Cull’s brilliant Kingdom Come: Deliverance screenshots show the amazing level of detail in this upcoming RPG.
Andy Cull, a great friend and contributor to the Skyrim Fansite, has been actively involved in the alpha of Kingdom Come: Deliverance — an exciting new RPG by Warhorse Studios. Between working on his new novel and curating the Faces of Skyrim exhibits, Andy’s still found time to post amazing screenshots of the RPG in a new gallery.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a first-person RPG set in 15th century medieval Bohemia. The game will be true to the period, and while the open world and character creation system will certainly appeal to Skyrim fans and others, there’ll be no magic or fantasy elements. In fact, one of the game’s taglines is “Dungeons and No Dragons” — a clever nod to D&D and other classic RPGs.
Excited yet? We should be. According to what Andy told me:
The alpha for Kingdom Come : Deliverance is at a very early stage but even now shows huge promise. Another highly detailed, first person RPG in the market place is great news. Until recently Bethesda pretty much had a monopoly on first person RPGs and so other studios producing fresh and exciting titles means that everyone has to raise their game. That can only be good news for RPG fans.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is tentatively set for a 2015 Q4 release (PC, Mac, and next-gen consoles). The game is being developed through funding from private investors. Warhorse Studios raised over 1.6 million dollars on KickStarter last year, but there’s still time to support the game on the company’s website if interested.
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance Screenshots
As of now, Andy has seven Kingdom Come: Deliverance screenshots posted on his gallery, and promises more amazing pictures in the near future. With his permission, I’ve posted four of my favorites below. As you can see, the game looks brilliant, and I for one can’t wait to see the final release.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Wide Open by Andy Cull