Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been delayed to 2017.
Originally slated for a December 2015 release, the single-player RPG received well over a million dollars on Kickstarter. It was later delayed to a Summer 2016 release, but that date has since been moved back by at least six months as the developers are planning to release the game simultaneously across PC, Xbox One and PS4 platforms.
The developers at Warhorse Studios estimated that they would release the game by the end of 2016, but have since announced that they wish to push it back even further now.
Speaking to WCCFTech, the developers have revealed that a definitive release date will be finalized sometime between E3 and Gamescom.
The game is currently available as an early beta for those who backed it on Kickstarter and contains a few quests and a portion of the game’s wide-open world.