Vávra Tweets Details For Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Daniel Vávra of Warhorse Studios announced on Twitter that only a single act of Kingdom Come: Deliverance will take between 30 to 50 hours. The full game will be split up into 3 separate acts, each taking place on a separate map while providing players the option to return to previous maps to complete quests or explore content.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a self-described “first-person, open world, realistic RPG that will take you to the Medieval Europe in a time of upheaval and strife.” You can check our lowdown on the game to learn more. From Vávra’s comments it appears the RPG is aiming for an absolutely massive scale. Assuming the numbers for the current act to be uniform across the three acts, that means the entire game will include about 180-240 side quests, and about 90-150 hours of gameplay. The completionist inside me shivers in anticipation.

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Greetings Nation! The name's Nick Bayer, I'm 25 and have identified as a gamer since my father brought home Commander Keen when I was 5. I currently work as a Medical Social Worker and spend all of my free time either gaming, spending time with my beautiful fiance, or gaming with my beautiful fiance. I gradated in 2013 from Grand Valley State University with a degree in Psychology, I currently am in my final semester at Grand Valley State University for a Masters in Social Work. I mainly use PC as my gaming platform of choice, primarily enjoying the genres of RPG, action-adventure, FPS, and strategy games (Including Grand Strategy!). I also play an unhealthy amount of Dota 2. My favorites include Max Payne 2, Bioshock 1, Crusader Kings 2, The Ace Combat series (4-6), and Spec Ops: The Line. My favorite games are the ones that excel at telling wonderful stories!

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