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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is like an ultra-realistic Skyrim set in the Holy Roman Empire

Monday June 19, 2017. 06:00 PM , from PC World
Kingdom Come: Deliverance has positioned itself as a “realistic Elder Scrolls game.” Taking the first-person viewpoint, the wide-open world, and the get-better-at-a-skill-by-using-it talent system, there are definite similarities.Just leave all the magic and dragons and whatever behind. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a period drama set in the Holy Roman Empire of the early 1400s, within the kingdom of Bohemia. You play the lazy son of a master blacksmith whose village is invaded and burned to the ground by King Sigismund.That really happened. King Sigismund did in fact invade this village and raze it, we were told during our demo. It’s excellent impetus for your own rags-to-riches adventure, but has basis in actual historical fact.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
www.pcworld.com/article/3201019/gaming/kingdom-come-deliverance-is-like-an-ultra-realistic-skyrim-se...

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