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Bohemian rhapsody.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now available for pre-order, DRM-free on Get it now to receive the Treasure Map DLC as a pre-order bonus.
Your sword is vengeance. Your sword is destiny. Your sword is all you have left.
The civil war that ravages medieval Bohemia took everything from you and now a life in the service of a local lord seems the only available path. But only momentarily, because this dynamic open world is packed with role-playing opportunities and challenges, opening up into a gut-wrenching narrative involving historical characters of the era.

NOTE: The DRM-free version of the game will be released on on February 27, due to the publisher's decision.
Man I can't tell you how happy I am about this. XD
Post edited February 02, 2018 by BKGaming
Oh hell yes! Not gonna preorder it but it's good to know this will show up here :)
Damn, i had hoped this game would come here in time, thanks GOG and Warhorse for making it available here :)

Now to hope the game is actually as good as it looks.
- nothing to se here, apparently I need another coffe (or learn to read) -
Post edited February 02, 2018 by huan
Good to see it's here even though the ridiculous decision ... but whatever. I'm waiting for reviews to come if the fuzz is worth the 50 bucks
Awesome. I'm having difficulty finding out if my backer version will be redeemable here though.
Still no Linux version despite promises in Kickstarter campaign. Didn't Cry Engine improve Linux support already?

And publisher delaying GOG release? Heh, how "classy". It's especially a shame for crowdfunded game. Looks like publisher is Deep Silver.
Post edited February 02, 2018 by shmerl
Nice! I won't pre-order (it's never a good idea), but I will definitely buy this game after release.
While this game coming here is nice, although as usual I'll wait for reviews before deciding whether to buy it, I have to wonder why exactly GOG is getting it 2 weeks after Steam.

Does the publisher think it'll take 2 weeks to crack the DRM on it? Or did they make a deal with Steam? Some other reason? Inquiring minds would like to know, although we'll probably never get an answer.
I wonder if the developers can sacrifice a bit of realism to get rid of that awful "helmet vision".
It's lovely to see the game here, I'm happy with the slight delay if that is what it takes to make the game makers more comfortable in bringing the game here.
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Two weeks' delay is much better than half a year, especially since we have now been told that it is coming here and when. Of course a day one release is the best but this beats the game coming half a year later here humbly asking to be let in since it did not sell well on Steam.

Recommended: 12GB RAM.
Post edited February 02, 2018 by Themken
YES!!! I was a Kickstarter backer for this game and I'm so glad to see it coming here (even if it’s not day 1). Now I have to see if there’s a way for me to get a GOG download rather than the Steam version.
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Neat! Very, very neat!

The two-week delay is an absolute blessing in disguise: By the time the gog version launches, there will be plenty of player feedback and reviews. You'll get a more up-to-date build, you'll have reviews and you can still get your pre-order perks, even though the game launched already. I see nothing but positives here.