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‘Kingdom Come: Deliverance’ – Czech medieval game made it big, world success and big biznis

Kingdom Come: Deliverance has already sold over a million copies

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The game world has been sneaking in the last few days to the Czech Republic, where this long-awaited Kingdom Come: Deliverance game has been released this week. Domestic Czech titles, have earned the attention of foreign players in recent years. The new game Kingdom Come: Deliverance, whose release has been postponed several times, takes place in Bohemia during the reign of Václav IV. It was born in the Warhorse studio by the developer Daniel Vávra, who, more than 15 years ago, was at the birth of perhaps the most successful game of Czech origin, the trilogy Mafia reports Czech portal Novinky.

The Mafia was founded under the direction of Illusion Softworks, the first part to appear on the market in 2002. Over 2 million copies of the action games have been impressed by a quality story reminiscent of the legendary Godfather, dubbing and sophisticated environments.

Václav IV., The son of Charles, was kidnapped by stepmother Zikmund, who wanted to force him to step down from the throne. It did not take long and Zikmund broke into Bohemia, leading his army into one village after another.

And then the story of Henry, the son of the famous blacksmith, begins. He wakes up after a good night, and his father immediately gives him the chance to get some items he finds in his native Skalica.

Upon successful completion of a smaller series of tasks, the father and son will throw the best sword for Lord Rack Kobyla. What the devil did not want, at that moment Zikmund invades his army into Skalice, and Jindra (the player) witnesses the brutal murder of his parents.

Henry goes out for revenge. The journey will not be easy and the boredom will not be long. First, they must flee to the Kumans and report on the attack by Lord Divis of Talmberk. The hero was born!

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