Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 Is Coming to PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S in 2024 according to a Leaked Trailer

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A leaked trailer for Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 has revealed it will be arriving this year for PC and select consoles. Deep Silver/Warhorse Studios are expected to make a formal announcement for a new game today within a few hours, 20:00 CEST, 11:00 a.m. PT / 2:00 p.m. ET. Both the publisher and developer have made posts for it since last week.

It was already believed, due to the medieval imagery used in the posts that the new game announcement would be for a sequel to the 2018 game which broke from the trend of primarily fantasy-based games for a more historically accurate story, and now the cat is out of the bag. According to Gematsu, today’s announcement will last for 14 minutes so it’s probable there will be a longer trailer since the leaked one is more of a teaser at around 30 seconds.

Leaked and speculated details

While the trailer does indicate that Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 will launch for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S it is still unknown if Warhorse Studios has chosen to stick with Crytek’s CryEngine that was used for the first game or has jumped ship over to Unreal Engine 5. It does appear in the leaked trailer that in-game footage was used and if so, the visuals look very similar to the previous game. Hopefully, regardless of what engine Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 uses it will launch in a much more optimized state than the first game which was challenging to run on even the most powerful PCs in 2018. Given that precedence it’s no surprise that a Nintendo version was not immediately included in the leaked trailer but there’s always a chance one might arrive after the game’s initial release.

It is believed that the sequel will continue the story of Henry, the first game’s hero, but as the game somewhat follows historical events it’s not exactly known who the main villain will be this time around. Below is the YouTube reveal channel link for those wanting to tune in when the announcement begins.

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