Two days after the launch of its Kickstarter campaign and medieval RPG, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, has already been successfully backed.
Czech developer, Warhorse Studios, took to the crowd-funding platform in search of £300,000 for its ambitious debut title.
Planned for release in December 2015, Deliverance is a first person, open-world RPG that substitutes magic and fantasy for the cold brutality of war. Set in Medieval Europe, the game dishes up a unique hand-to-hand fighting system as well as full-on sieges.
It will be split into three acts, the first of which is set to clock in at over 30 hours. Deliverance is currently being developed for PC though a Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version have also been detailed as possibilities.
Although the project has been successfully funded, punters can still throw down their cash to grab some backer-exclusive goodies. If you want a digital copy of the game then £15 is asking price, a physical copy being available for an additional fiver.
Other bonuses include a digital soundtrack, beta access, a behind the scenes movie, a season pass for Acts II & III, and even a commemorative real-life sword (at £600.)