Sunday, September 19th, 2021

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Switch port finally confirmed

After months of rumors-it looks like a confirmation from Nintendo itself, and then a denial-the kingdom of medieval action role-playing games is here: Salvation is finally confirmed and will land on Nintendo Switch.

Warhorse Studios collaborated with Switch port expert Sabre Interactive. After Nintendo Spain released images including games in April, the cat can be said to come out of the bag and crawl around in the overflowing beans… .. then delete and Apologize For the’error’ pronto. Cough.

At present, the details are not clear, but after the announcement of the new label Prime Matter at the Summer Games Festival, a press release from Koch Media confirmed that, yes, the game will officially land on Switch. No appointment yet. Nothing, really, only two lines of confirmation. We will accept it!

Warhorse also posted a confirmation tweet with an image, which is good, although it also lacks details:

If you are not familiar with this game, it was launched on PC and previous generation consoles in 2018 and received good reviews, and has won some GOTY and loyal followers who have been paying attention to the Switch port. If you are a fan of Skyrim or Witcher 3 style games-who isn’t? -When it launches on Switch, you will want to pay attention to this… a period of time future. Soon, probably.

This is the PS4/Xbox One version release trailer from the original publisher Deep Silver to familiarize novices with this special kingdom. Beware-this is a bit violent/sexy: