The PC version of medieval role-playing game Kingdom Come: Deliverance is not going to make it out this summer as previously expected.
A spokesperson for Prague-based studio Warhorse told Polygon that the computer version is being pushed out from its summer window to launch alongside the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions.
A specific release date has not been announced, but the representative confirmed Deliverance remains on track to launch in 2016 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Deliverance is set in 1403 in medieval Europe. Overall, it aims to to blend elements of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, The Witcher, and Red Dead Redemption.
Funded through Kickstarter and developed using Crytek's CryEngine, Deliverance separates itself from other games in that it has no dragons or magic.
Leading development on the game is Daniel Vavra, who co-created the Mafia franchise. For a deeper dive into Kingdom Come, check out GameSpot's in-depth interview with Vavra.
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