The alpha version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now available to all backers, and thanks to the kindness of the developers (and the help of a fellow Gamersyde member), we have been able to capture a few minutes of this demo. As you'll see, despite a few pop-up issues, the game in its current state really looks fantastic, so it's safe to say it puts Cry Engine 3 to good use. We've also been quite impressed by the game's body awereness, something we think is surprisingly lacking in most titles today. These very few minutes in the world of Kingdom Come have been very immersive to say the least and we have to say we love the original score. Again, we'd like to thanks the development team for sending us a code, expect to see more of the game in the very near future. Note: The few frame rate drops you might notice are due to the capture.
@Melmoth: oh god, that is amazing. the sounds and visuals are insane for a sim. (9 minutes ago)
@droezelke: For both them? Mbapp was 20 odd yards out. His positioning was shite. Should never have let that one past him. (17 minutes ago)
If FIFA didn't object so long to get a VAR, the concept could have been bug-fixed 10 years ago. (1 Hour ago)
@Tinks: The VAR is an exvellent tool, but the rules applied to the VAR are restricting them from intervening. Also, the hands-rule is so ill defined that it's completely open to interpretation. (1 Hour ago)
Then the shot came and as he tried to correct to the right, he was leaning on the wrong leg and went out of balance. (1 Hour ago)
@MrWhite: That's not what happened. He couldn't see the ball, so he first stepped a bit to the left to see where the ball was... (1 Hour ago)
Croatia's keeper's a bit shite too. At least try to dive and not sit on your arse. (1 Hour ago)