In a video update released earlier today by Warhorse Studios, creative director Daniel Vávra confirmed that the upcoming historical role-playing game Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been pushed back to Summer 2016. The cause of the delay as being due to unforeseen events last year slowing development, as well as more quests being added to the game than originally planned
The update was not all doom and gloom, however. Alongside the announcement and discussion of the game’s features, Vávra confirmed that a new alpha will be released in the next three months. The alpha is said to introduce more of the game’s essential features, including combat and horses. He also confirmed that the game’s beta will be released in early 2016 on Steam Early Access.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a historical role-playing game being developed by Warhorse Studios. It was successfully crowdfunded last year on Kickstarter after raising over $1.6mil, and will be released for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, and the Xbox One next year.