Kingdom Come: Deliverance looks like an adventure meant to suck you in, what with its unique approaches to worldbuilding and unique trailers. The latest, the game’s launch trailer since it drops tomorrow, isn’t any different. It offers up a speech that welcomes new members of the Community of the Monks of Saint Benedict, setting up the proper vehicle for the game’s backdrop.
So tomorrow you can jump into the medieval age of the Holy Roman Empire as you enter Bohemia to do some damage as young Henry, the blacksmith’s son. As you work your way through the land to take revenge on King Sigismund and his forces who end up burning Henry’s village to ashes, you have to join up with others and bolster your defenses so you can potentially take revenge for his actions. It’s pretty heavy, man.
Before you can jump in tomorrow, however, you’ll have to make sure you have the patience for the massive day one patch so you can have the best experience possible. The game’s been in the works since 2014, when it made its debut on Kickstarter. It ended up raising about $1.5 million to make the game a success. If you’re interested in something a little different, you’ll want to embark on this journey, for sure.