Kingdom Come: Deliverance: Two Weeks Of Patience To Fix Bugs… [VIDEO]

The game doesn’t have a perfect launch, even with its launch day 23 GB patch.

Daniel Vávra (Mafia 1-2), the game’s director wrote on Twitter that he knows: Kingdom Come: Deliverance didn’t have its greatest launch with its glitches, non-working quests and heavily dropping frame rates. „We are aware of the bugs that could happen and working hard on fixing them. Steam has the latest patch already; console owners will get this patch (1.0.3 for PS4, Xbox) ASAP. PS4 patches 1.0.1 & 1.0.2 are the same; the difference is only in the territory. “The next patch is coming soon and will fix a lot of quest bugs and other issues like frame drops. Expected release in approx two weeks,” he said. Be patient – we’ll get our review ready in a few days, though! Until then, have a look at an interesting video, which we took from VG247.

In the game, you can’t save at every single corner – we’d not like to go into detail, but in short, Henry, the protagonist, has to drink Saviour Schnapps, which cost a lot, and they also cause addiction, too. A mod, called Unlimited Saving, helps you with this situation – all you have to do is own just one of those save drinks. Of course, this mod will not help you on consoles…

A bit of different news: THQ Nordic purchased Koch Media and Deep Silver, the latter being the publisher of Kingdom Come… which means this company now owns Metro, Saints Row, Dead Island, and a few other IPs.

Source: VG247, PCGamer, DualShockers

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