After months of rumors – and what looked like a confirmation from Nintendo itself followed by denials – the medieval action RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance has finally been confirmed as coming to the Nintendo Switch.
A collaboration between Warhorse Studios and Switch port specialists Saber Interactive, the cat was no doubt out of the bag and chattered around in wasted beans after Nintendo Spain sent a picture of the game back in April … before deleting and sending an apology for ‘ error ̵
Details are thin on the ground at the moment, but a press release from Koch Media following the announcement of the Summer Game Fest by the new publishing company Prime Matter confirmed that the game is officially on its way to Switch. No date yet. Nothing, really, just two lines of confirmation. We take it!
Warhorse also posted a confirmation tweet with a picture, which is nice, although it similarly lacks details:
If you are not familiar with the game, it was launched on PC and last generation consoles back in 2018 to positive reviews and got some GOTYs and a dedicated entourage that has been eyeing a switchport for some time. If you’re a fan of games with a Skyrim or Witcher 3 flavor – and who is not? – you will keep an eye on this when it starts on Switch … some time in the future. Probably soon.
Here is a launch trailer for the PS4 / Xbox One version from the original publisher Deep Silver to introduce beginners to this very kingdom. Beware – it’s a little violent / sexy:
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