By Michael Fontanini / June 11th, 2021
Koch Media and Warhorse Studios are excited to announce that the latter is joining Koch Media’s new Prime Matter label. To celebrate, Warhorse Studios has announced that Kingdom Come: Deliverance is heading to the Switch. The RPG has already sold almost 4 million copies between PC (Steam), Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. They will be working with Sabre Interactive to make the Switch port a reality.
The press release says that in late 2020 there was a clerical error. When the PlayStation 4 version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance was announced, it was mistakenly also listed for the Switch. While the error was quickly corrected, fan feedback would end up causing them to change their minds. So the plans changed, and the game is now coming to the Nintendo Switch after all.
Tobias Stolz-Zwilling, Warhorse Studios PR Manager, had the following to say about the fan response:
“It is amazing to see how much involvement and influence gamers worldwide can have on game development. The overwhelming feedback and fan reaction made us reconsider our opportunities and made us sit down with Sabre Interactive, who is the perfect candidate for this ambitious undertaking.”
He also commented on how far Warhorse Studios has come, and the new Koch media Prime Matter label:
“We have come a long way from founding Warhorse Studios in 2011 to the successful release of Kingdom Come: Deliverance in 2018. As Koch Media supported us at the start, we are now happy to return the favor and support the newly established Prime Matter label as one of its legacy partners.”
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a massive, open world and story-driven RPG. Players will find themselves in the midst of a great adventure in the Holy Roman Empire. Stand against invaders, avenge your parents’ death, and change the world. The game world is filled with interesting locales to explore, from deep forests, to villages and fancy castles. Along the way, you’ll meet real historical characters and experience the genuine look and feel of Bohemia in medieval times.
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