Kindgom Come: Deliverance smashes Kickstarter Goal, coming to PC, Mac, Linux, and (possibly) next-gen
Medieval RPG raises over £300,000 in less than two days.
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Medieval (but with no fantasy) RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance has sailed past its Kickstarter goal in less than two days.
The game, which hopes to make it to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 alongside PC, Mac, and Linux, asked for £300,000 to be funded, but is currently sitting at £332,558. The funding period runs until February 20, so it's likely that the game will accrue a sizable chunk of cash.
Backers who invest £15 or more will get access to the game when it's out, with additional donation tiers also doling out pre-release play and other goodies.
Kingdom Come is scheduled to be released in three acts, with the first released in December 2015--though things could change depending on how development progresses.
GameSpot's Kevin VanOrd sounded quite excited after having a look at the game earlier this week.
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