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Developer Warhorse Studio is teaming up with Deep Silver, the publishing label of Koch Media, to help broaden the scope of Kingdom Come: Deliverance‘s potential fan base once the game releases in 2017. Thanks to Deep Silver, Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be physically and digitally released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Warhorse remains responsible for the worldwide digital distribution for PC, but they’ll all be launching together.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance boasts an incredibly genuine representation of life in the Bohemian’s perspective of the 1400s — so authentically that a historian and painter are included in the developer’s roster. The themes, characters, events, and even the architecture the game offers has captured the attention of many, and it makes me personally so excited to hear that Deep Silver will be helping them to reach more people. The further we grow from history, the more likely it is that we forget it and the lessons it teaches us. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is aiming to not only remind us about a piece of humanity’s past, it’s allowing us to live in it.

“This is a great opportunity to bring Kingdom Come: Deliverance to more players around the world. Our best competence is to create an outstanding game. With Koch Media as a strong partner we will now have the chance to reach an even wider audience,” said Martin Frývaldský, CEO of Warhorse Studios.

If you missed our impressions of the game at E3 earlier this year, it’s only a highly recommended click away.

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Tags : Deep SilverKingdom Come: DeliveranceWarhorse Studios
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Zach's eternal preoccupation with video games became cemented at an early age. His first memorable journey away from reality began with a text-based Football game on a dirty Apple II; he's chased fantasy ever since. Having took English classes as electives in college, Zach decided to pull the trigger on a merger between the two obsessions.