This teaser trailer shows off Kingdom Come: Deliverance, a first-person, open-world RPG set in medieval Europe with none of the fantasy elements that so often are part of such games. The game is in development at Warhorse Studios, a Czech developer led by Daniel Vávra, who was instrumental in creation of both Mafia games. Eurogamer has a 15-second gameplay trailer and details on the CryENGINE 3 game saying it's intended for PCs and consoles in 2015, and while Warhorse "promises no magic, high fantasy or mythical overtones," the game will feature "revolutionary first-person melee combat," including castle sieges and combat on horseback. They also note that this project will require further funding, as this has so far been financed with three to four million dollars from a wealthy investor, and it's possible a Kickstarter campaign will attempt to fill this gap.
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