Kingdom Come Board Game Announced

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Kingdom Come Board Game Announced

September 21, 2021

By: Tyler Chancey

 
 

A Kingdom Come board game is announced and is coming to crowdfunding. Fans of the historically grounded action RPG will now be able to experience new adventures in the world created by Warhorse Studios at the gaming table.

For those who may not be aware, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an action RPG released in 2018 set in 1403. It took place in the Kingdom of Bohemia, which was an Imperial State of the Holy Roman Empire. It was an open-world experience that featured branching questlines, real-time combat that featured period-accurate weapons, and an eye for historical detail that ranged from clothing to architecture. It was released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC to solid reviews and an ardent fanbase that appreciated the developers' dedication to historical accuracy. Multiple downloadable expansions have been released for the game as well as modding tools.

Now thanks to board game developer Boardcubator and crowdfunding platform GameFound, a Kingdom Come board game is on its way. The game is meant for one to four players and will continue its videogame source material's dedication to historical authenticity. It will be set in 1421 during the Hussite Wars and will be filled with difficult nerve-wracking choices. While information is sparse right now regarding how complex the Kingdom Come board game will be, we do know that the game will be app-driven, featuring voice-acting and atmospheric sound design shaped by how you play.

A bunch of characters sitting at a table eating in Kingdom Come Deliverance
A screenshot from Kingdom Come Deliverance

According to a post on GameFound, the original developers are involved with this project. They'll be working alongside Boardcubator to ensure that the game remains true to their standards of realism to the era as well as making sure all of the elements work as an engaging experience.

 
 

Currently, aside from this initial announcement, the crowdfunding campaign for the Kingdom Come board game has not gone live, and won't until 2022. If you wish to receive updates, you will need to follow the project or stay tuned to TechRaptor.

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Born in 1990, Tyler Chancey's earliest memories were of an NES controller in his hands, and with it a passion that continued into his adulthood. He's written for multiple sites, has podcasted, and has continued to shape and encourage new talent to greater heights.

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