Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review
There are various mechanics such as sword fighting, stealing, and horse riding in the game that you play from a first-person perspective. If you want more detailed information about the game, keep reading!
- Well-designed atmosphere
- Variation in quests and activities
- Good RPG experience
- Amazing soundtracks
- 'Locking' mechanics is weird
- Bugs and glitches
Everything You Need to Know About Kingdom Come: Deliverance
At the beginning of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, we try to take our debt from a villager who owes money to our father, who is a blacksmith. At this point, the player can persuade the villager or fight him to get his father's money. The game shows that the story will take shape with dialogues and choices at the beginning stage. After the main character receives the money from the villager, he takes the money to his father. The first phase of the game is designed to teach the player the mechanics of the game. While everything is going well, an attack takes place on the village and the castle. Meanwhile, our main character's family dies, and our main character goes to take shelter in another castle with a few villagers.
At the beginning of the game, the player has a tutorial section where they can learn the basic mechanics. This part is combined with the story of the game and aims to provide a good experience to the player. The first mechanic of the game is the melee mechanics. According to this mechanic, your opponent can attack from five different areas. You must defend against that area by observing the area that your opponent will attack. Likewise, there are five different angles where you can attack the opponent. Using these angles, you need to break through the opponent's defence and inflict damage to him. The game's melee mechanics are designed more difficult than many games. For example, if you have played Mount and Blade: Bannerlord, you are familiar with bannerlord's difficult attack and defence system. Kingdom Come: Deliverance has a harder attack and defence system than Bannerlord.
The second mechanic that the game teaches the player is the craft and heal mechanics. It is possible to increase your character's health points by collecting various plants and bandages in the game. There are also lockpick mechanics in the game. If you have a lock, you can open locked safes or doors. Using the classic lockpick mechanics, Kingdom Come: Deliverance has satisfying gameplay mechanics.
The most impressive part of the game is the realistic design of the save system. If you want to save the game at any stage, you need to drink a potion. This elixir is sold at high prices by traders. In addition, the game automatically saves while progressing in the main mission. Apart from that, there is a day and night system in the game. If you sleep on a bed, the game will record at that point at the end.
Developed by an independent studio, Kingdom Come: Deliverance has satisfying graphics. The graphics of the game aim to be realistic. For this reason, pastel tones and realistic designs are used.
If you are looking for a hard game with realistic gameplay with a medieval theme, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is the game designed for you.