Warhorse Studio’s Kingdom Come: Deliverance released patch 1.5, which fixed a ton of bugs and issues in the game. Over 200 to be exact. Since the game was launched, it’s been plagued with many performance issues that have now been patched up and fixed.
It’s come quite a ways:
The main features and perfrmance updates allow the game to run smoother and stop carashing and running into RAM issues. Some other notable features include:
- Henry can now wash away his sins by buying indulgences in churches.
- Physically simulated women’s clothing added.
- We scattered 16 new lore books around the world.
- Any forgotten or despawned quest items will now be moved to the gravedigger’s chest and the player will be notified via new quest “Lost and Found”.
Other fixed issues included guards not dropppig halberds, lighting, CPU bugs, and loaidng times. All this ws fixed in the newest update and it’s a good time to play the game again if you gave up on it because of the buggy gameplay.
There’s also a new DLC coming called From the Ashes which will be shown off at E3.
The CEO of Warhorse states, Martin Fryvaldsky, says:
We are all very proud on the performance of the game and delighted by the feedback we get from our fans every day. With the latest patch we are improving the game even further and look forward to the player’s reaction to it. And to tease a bit – fans can expect some further news around our upcoming DLCs at E3 2018.
Stay tuned for news at E3.