If you are looking for a game with revenge theme and a chance to seek justice, then Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be right up your alley. The game may have a too-classic and too familiar theme of revenge (the kind of thing you see from most Hollywood movies) but there is a unique mix you can expect from it. With a combination of beautiful graphic, nice story, and good gaming development, the game has a lot or promising effect and outcome.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance Development
The game is published by Deep Silver with Warhorse Studios as the developer. Set to release somewhere in 2017, Kingdom Come: Deliverance presents a medieval RPG gaming type that is set for PS4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and even Mac. It is coming in the first person player mode with medieval Europe (taken from the modern day Czech) setting in 1403. Your character will be the blacksmith son who seeks revenge after the entire family is killed by the invading army. Besides seeking out revenge, your job is to restore the rightful power of the king, and restore the balance of power within the land. Powered by Cry Engine 4, the game is completely beautiful with a solid graphic. But they may need to address some issues first before the launch because the current footage is somewhat a bit shaky.
If you are into details so much (I know that some of the gamers do), this one may be your favorite. Besides an interactive world (which means that you can play with other gamers too), you can enjoy the accurate history learning. The clothes, armors, castles, and combat techniques are all accurate. You can actually learn the interesting history while playing the game! Even the music is taken from the medieval song books and recorded by the Czech masters themselves. If you want to have the real thing, you can get it.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Gaming Plot
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is taking place in Bohemia Kingdom, which is a part of the Bohemian Crown Land. The story is about the king who passes his throne to the incompetent heir only to give opportunities to the king’s brother to rule the new empty throne. Your character gets caught up in the middle and loses his family along the way.
In this game, not only you can customize your skill (you can choose to become a thief, a bard, or a warrior), your character will grow along the way. The development will happen as you progress through the game. Don’t you think Kingdom Come: Deliverance is promising enough?