Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2. Credit: Warhorse Studios.

Warhorse Studios has revealed Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2, with a new trailer revealing everything fans can expect from the medieval role-playing game (RPG).

A direct sequel to 2018’s Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 is set to launch in 2024 and will continue the story of peasant-turned-knight Henry in 15th century Bohemia.

Speaking to press, Warhorse Studios confirmed that the “majority” of Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 will take place in the Bohemian city of Kuttenberg, and its full world will be two times bigger than the first game.

Additionally, Henry’s story will be much grander in scope. He’ll now be dealing with the “problems of kings” on a quest to avenge his destroyed village, and the first trailer teases that with scenes of large-scale sieges and urban warfare. While this is a “continuation of Henry’s previous adventures,” Warhorse said that the sequel has been written in a way that’s “perfect” for newcomers.

Though Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 will still be a first-person action RPG, a few new weapons – including crossbows and primitive firearms – will be introduced. Warhorse also teased that players will be able to customise Henry, build him in different ways, and choose to “save the world […] or help punish it for its sins”.

“It feels like the good old-school RPGs,” said Warhorse. “It will always surprise you what you can or cannot do.”

As part of this, the studio revealed that “everything you do [in the game] will be recorded,” and touched on a persistent crime and reputation system that will change how characters treat Henry.

We can expect more news from Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 in coming months, as although it’s set to launch on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S “by the end of this year,” an exact release date is yet to be confirmed.

In other gaming news, a technical test for Hades 2 has granted some fans early access to the game.

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