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Kingdom Come: Deliverance publishing deal

kingdom come: deliverance signs with deep silver

Developer #WarhorseStudios signs #publishing #deal with Deep Silver for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. This comes after news of the delay until 2017, but the developer may have just turned the corner for the better.

“We at Warhorse Studios are happy to announce a collaboration with Deep Silver, the publishing label of Koch Media, to publish Kingdom Come: Deliverance,” the developer outlines in a statement. “Co-publishing combines the core strength of both companies. While Koch Media will use its worldwide distribution channels and partnerships to achieve best retail results, we stand behind the vision of Kingdom Come: Deliverance and retain freedom in the development of our game. We will keep our communication as open and honest as we did from day one of our Kickstarter campaign.”

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a single-player medieval RPG taking place in a world without fantasy elements. Warhorse Studios launched a very successful Kickstarter campaign back in 2014 for the project, bringing in £1,106,371 from 35,384 backers. Since that point the game has made headlines for the impressive list of features and more particularly around melee combat system across Linux, Mac and Windows PC.

Securing a publishing deal with Deep Silver may be a good sign that Kingdom Come: Deliverance will meet the launch window sometime in 2017.