Just like Homefront: The Revolution when it shipped, Kingdom Come: Deliverance struggles to run smoothly in 1080p in all circumstances even when using a powerful rig such as ours. Obviously, CryEngine is to blame, proving once again that it's a complicated engine to work with, but since Deep Silver's title radically improved after a few patches, let's hope Warhorse Studios will manage to optimize their game. Serious bugs also need to be taken care of, and we also think some odd game design choices should be modified to make the experience less frustrating (lockpicking is a nightmare with a gamepad and the save system is uselessly constraining). Until all this is fixed, here are a few more PC videos of the game to get another quick taste of the excellent atmosphere of the game. Update: Image gallery added.
@Tinks: my kids been playing it all afternoon, looks real fun tbh (3 Hours ago)
anyone get a go on Sea of Thieves at all? Really debating it (4 Hours ago)
@asdfg: DayZ SA, an absolute abomination of a game. Bringing in more apples and now mushrooms as an update? hopefully they are psychedelic so i can forget about this joke of a game (5 Hours ago)
Or...orrrrrr...you can just keep buying those lovely loot boxes and hope to get more lovely fake in game currency to use to spent to get that save slot. (6 Hours ago)
It's not privilant across the board yet, but who gives a fuck. It's actually a real thing. (6 Hours ago)
Ahh, so now in 2018 the game industry has finally came up with the idea of charging for a save slot. A save slot. That's a slot that saves your game. Ain't modern gaming fantastic, kids? (6 Hours ago)