After crowdfunding over $2 million through KickStarter and their website for their realistic, medieval, first person, open world, RPG: Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Warhorse Studios are now delivering early Christmas presents as a thank you to all of their backers.
The game has already been released as an early access alpha through Steam but was updated today, ahead of Christmas, as an early present for all of Warhorse Studios backers.
The update includes an alchemy mini game which like other mini games is predicted to help with developing players in game skills. The alchemy skill was previously unavailable until this point. This mini game was researched and developed with the help of alchemy experts to ensure players have as realistic a medieval experience as possible.
The new update also includes a new quest created by Daniel Vavra, co-founder of the studio, and developer on Mafia as well as being a controversial figure known for wearing a T-Shirt proudly calling himself a "shitlord" amongst other slurs during a press release.
The much anticipated game is still very much in it's early stages with only a few quests an environments currently released but is being developed and improved all the time. Due to the crowdfunded nature of the project, Warhorse Studios decided to release stages of the game as it is developed to help backers see where there money is being used.