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Couchpotato February 14th, 2014 05:19

Kingdom Come - Update# 15, The Living World
 
Warhorse Studios has released the next video update for Kingdom Come: Deliverance.

Quote:

Welcome to our fifth video update!

In this video update we would like to invite to you to come to explore our world, the world that comes alive with activities of NPCs that go about their daily routines as believably and intelligently as we can make them. Other characters react to your actions and even to actions of other characters – creating a truly emergent world.

More information.

Santos February 14th, 2014 05:19

Gotta love the last five seconds of game footage.

Morrandir February 14th, 2014 07:43

Wow, that's damn ambitious.

hiciacit February 14th, 2014 11:16

Anyone know if they've confirmed a non-DRM release yet?

joxer February 14th, 2014 14:14

There are no plans for DRMfree release, although they're "thinking" about GOG release. I don't care really, backed it instantly when the project started.

Steinawarjar February 14th, 2014 14:30

The guy that starts talking around the six minute mark doesn't look to healthy…

Morrandir February 14th, 2014 16:04

Classical symptoms of a typical software developers desease that's caused by lack of sunlight and overindulgence of coffee and pizza.

SonOfCapiz February 14th, 2014 16:41

this looks and sounds like the hype Bethesda has given in Oblivion and Skyrim AI. Oh for these developers to actually deliver!

hiciacit February 14th, 2014 16:51

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Originally Posted by joxer (Post 1061241125)
There are no plans for DRMfree release, although they're "thinking" about GOG release. I don't care really, backed it instantly when the project started.

Yeah I read that in the FAQs too, but I was wondering if perhaps they mentioned something about this again. I don't have a steam account and I don't plan to get one just for this game (although I really want to back it). So not sure whether I should risk it ;)

Asdraguuhl February 14th, 2014 22:57

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Originally Posted by hiciacit (Post 1061241157)
Yeah I read that in the FAQs too, but I was wondering if perhaps they mentioned something about this again. I don't have a steam account and I don't plan to get one just for this game (although I really want to back it). So not sure whether I should risk it ;)

I asked a few days ago what the current prospects are for a DRM-free version and I haven't received any reply yet. I fear that they'll stick to Steam exclusivity, in which case I shall refrain from backing…..instead I'll just wait for a Steam sale :).

rjshae February 15th, 2014 05:17

The amount of work that has already gone into this game is looking like some of the AAA titles out there. Nice.

ChienAboyeur February 15th, 2014 08:13

So it might be another game coming without the DRM free thingie. Going as the prediction: DRM free versions were popular to make KS popular.

With the economy of scale due to developping in an Eastern European country, they seem to go with a brute force approach, piling on pseudo behaviours.
Behaviours have no other matter but to appear.

Even though the guy in the vid mentioned that the world could create opportunities.

A poor choice: subordinating the player to the game world. Players do not like that. Reporting to an NPC during the night comes with consequences and this wont be liked by players.

SonOfCapiz February 15th, 2014 11:42

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Originally Posted by ChienAboyeur (Post 1061241261)
A poor choice: subordinating the player to the game world. Players do not like that. Reporting to an NPC during the night comes with consequences and this wont be liked by players.

Players do not like a world that reacts to player action? Seems to me that a world that does NOT react to player action is the game that subordinates the player to the game world.


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