Kingdom Come: Deliverance II has a new trailer

Summer Games Fest has yet another trailer and this one is for Kingdom Come: Deliverance II which is launching on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.  It is described as “A gripping tale of revenge, betrayal and discovery. Embark 
on an epic journey from a humble blacksmith’s forge to the court 
of Kings.”

Here are the key features:

  • A Medieval Tale: With over five hours of cinematics, live life through the eyes and actions of Henry, a young man on a quest to avenge his murdered parents. Cross paths with a charismatic cast of characters and an unforgettable set of adventures, as you transform from aspiring warrior to rebel.
  • Authentic Combat: Feel the clash of steel as you engage in visceral combat in thrilling real-time battles. Attack on foot, on horse or by stealth as you master a range of authentic weapons and combat styles. Specialise in elegant sword forms, brutal blunt weapons or deadly ranged attacks.
  • Open-World Adventure: Discover a stunningly beautiful yet brutal medieval world. Engage with peasants – and talk with nobles – as you discover bustling city streets and lush forests in an authentic open-world Medieval Europe filled with taverns, bath houses, castles and more.
  • RPG Experience: Immerse yourself in this vibrant region of Europe, where your actions shape Henry’s destiny and how the world reacts to him. Customise his appearance, skills and equipment as you travel around the land engaging in unique activities, such as blacksmithing or alchemy.

We reviewed the first Kingdom Come game and, well, it was not good, we gave it 4/10.

“If Kingdom Come: Deliverance has a ton of bug fixing to improve the performance drastically,” noted Dave. “it could be a hidden gem. It’s clear that the game, despite its grand ambitions, was simply not ready for public consumption. Shimmers of brilliance are there and had it seen more time in the oven, or set its ambitions at a more reasonable level, it could have been brilliant and scored significantly higher as a result. Alas, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is another cautionary tale rather than a trend setter.”

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