Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been delayed again.

The RPG, developed by Warhorse Studios had a successful Kickstarter campaign that yielded the company £1,106,371. The game was expected to release by December of 2015, however, the release got pushed into the Summer of 2016. The game released a beta in 2016 but then received another delay so that the game could release across all platforms simultaneously. Unfortunately, the release never happened and Warhorse Studios has confirmed that Kingdom Come: Deliverance will not be available in 2016 and has been pushed into 2017. 

We can expect to get more information at E3 and Gamescom as the game does have an official release date now, according to the Community Manager.

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