To get people enthusiastic about enjoying it at Gamescom, Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver have launched a narrative trailer for Kingdom Come: Deliverance at present. It would possibly lamentably have the alternative impression, nevertheless, because it falls slightly flat.
Take a gander at everything we know about Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
Kingdom Come already has quite a bit going for it, and because the narrative goes to be pushed by our selections, issues would possibly grow to be extra fascinating, however what’s on show within the trailer isn’t precisely whetting my urge for food.
Players will tackle the initially boring lifetime of Henry, the son of a blacksmith, who spends his days mucking round and throwing shit at homes. It’s a peaceable existence till some mercenaries raid the village underneath the orders of King Sigismund, leaving Henry orphaned. He then joins Sir Radzig to get coaching within the hopes of avenging his mother and father.
It’s all a bit by the numbers, isn’t it? And the voice performing leaves quite a bit to be desired, too. It’s not irredeemably horrible, however it appears to be extremely inconsistent, even all the way down to the accents which vary from English and German to American in a single village.
The launch date is method off, nevertheless, so hopefully there’s nonetheless time for a bit extra polish earlier than February 13.