A crowdfunding project for a Kingdom Come Deliverance board game is underway on Gamefound’s board game crowdfunding platform.
Warhorse Studios, the developer behind the Kingdom Come Deliverance video game has teamed up with board game studio, Boardcubator and publisher Prime Matter to develop the upcoming board game. While sharing some characters and locations with the video game, the new board game offers a story of its own.
What is Kingdom Come Deliverance?
Kingdom Come Deliverance is a 2018 historical action RPG taking place in the Imperial State of the Kingdom of Bohemia in 1403. Players take on the role of Henry, a blacksmith’s son who escapes his village when it is invaded. The game was praised for its realism and features and a stunning open world, and architecture, weapons and attire accurate to the time period.
“No magic, no dragons. No zombies or mutants and certainly no good versus evil, “states Boardcubator on the game’s crowdfunding page. “Just a taste of the 15th century in war-torn Bohemia. Let the medieval enter your living room.”
Kingdom Come Deliverance: The Board Game
The board game, which can accommodate up to four players includes realistic NPC voice acting that responds to player choices and each character has a distinct voice. Players may choose one of four characters to play as—each with varying stats, and level them up as they progress through the campaign.
Kingdom Come Deliverance the board game offers multiple campaigns each with various adventures which are tracked by a mobile app included with the game.
Additionally, the game includes the following features:
• Sprawling, immersive narrative and a living and breathing world
• AI-driven NPCs to interact with and a unique combat system when things go south
• An app-driven “dungeon master” to keep track. Eyes on the board, though
• Adaptive sound design and fully narrated multilanguage voice acting
• 210 items, 108 perks, 50 unique NPCs, four playable characters, and one “invisible” app
Interested parties may want to check out the game’s new trailer on YouTube as well as visit Kingdom Come: Deliverance the board game’s crowdfunding campaign page here. Another video game to recently receive a board game is Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The game, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Orlog brings to life the popular mini-game, Orlog from the most recent Assassin’s Creed title.