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Bohemian rhapsody.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now available for pre-order, DRM-free on GOG.com. 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 GOG.com on February 27, due to the publisher's decision.
$71.99 Canadian, Whew...
Post edited February 02, 2018 by DreamedArtist
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What decision? The one where they want GOGers' money, opening the preorders, but only allowing them to play the game two full weeks after everyone on Steam? Nice Trump move.

What the fuck?!

This is why GOG shouldn't have gone the route to open their store to such lousy publishers. Take care of what and who you have as an audience instead of prostituting everyone. :/
Post edited February 02, 2018 by Zoidberg
First time I've seen this, and holy crap! it looks great. Price doesn't bother me if it plays as good as it looks. Will hold out a little bit to check some reviews and wait for bugfixes (and patch status), but if everything checks out then I'm all over it.

The bit of delay for a gOg release? Doesn't faze me in the least. As mentioned, first time I've seen it so it's not like I've been pining away for the game. And, you know, complicated AAA game and all that comes with it, so maybe this will give gOg customers a nice stable release.

However, if it's released here without patch parity to Steam then I'll likely download another M&B:W mod and play that instead.
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rgnrk: Maybe we call still get a GOG key.
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i_hope_you_rot: No Gog key .
http://steamcommunity.com/app/379430/discussions/0/1700541698689910589/#c1700541698690011515
Yeah, typical Czech easiest first decision, don't count on it, better bombard them with full power of hate :D
But I would be very glad if GOG can help to persuade them too...
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Paul_cz: On PC it will most likely get modded pretty quickly for third person. They had it working internally but decided to focus on first person since that was the original vision.
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GR00T: Thanks for pointing that out. I wasn't aware of how moddable the game was or that there was a third person mode the devs had been working on. I'll add it to the wishlist and keep an eye out for mods.
Same situation here, I suffer a lot from motion sickness caused by 1st person view and feel awkward playing without seeing my avatar. It's a pity because game looks awesome. I will wait too, to see if a 3rd person view is one day implemented *correctly*.
Post edited February 02, 2018 by r8V9b1X3u9VcA12p
Well, crap.

A game I really wanted, but was planning to probably have a year before it was cheap enough to put up with The Evil Empire of the Dread Lord GabeN to play it, now I have to figure out where I'm getting $60 from to pick this up...
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Zoidberg: snip
Oh me, oh my, how ever are we going to survive vidya chatter on the playground? Two whole weeks of being the uncool kids.
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Zoidberg: snip
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Pupcakes: Oh me, oh my, how ever are we going to survive vidya chatter on the playground? Two whole weeks of being the uncool kids.
Yes, exactly. They treat you like subpar clients. Accepting it as is without questionning is defeating... but so american after all.
Two weeks later? Like others have said, acceptable delay; I ain't even mad. That lets the dev and GOG avoid having to keep up with any patching that has to happen during that time.

I am surprised that the game is apparently self-published here, especially since Deep Silver is already a publisher here. Wonder why that is.
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tfishell: Two weeks later? Like others have said, acceptable delay; I ain't even mad. That lets the dev and GOG avoid having to keep up with any patching that has to happen during that time.

I am surprised that the game is apparently self-published here, especially since Deep Silver is already a publisher here. Wonder why that is.
They are only handling the physical release from what I understand.
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Zoidberg: Yes, exactly. They treat you like subpar clients. Accepting it as is without questionning is defeating... but so american after all.
Or maybe we accept it both because we have little choice in the matter and because we realize it's actually a good thing these days to get games later what with how buggy most games are at release.

Speaking strictly for myself, I accept it because I'm a mature adult and I have plenty of other things to do while waiting to see if this game is worth buying. Only kids pitch tantrums when they don't get what they want immediately...
This looks really cool and atmospheric, but I do wonder how much fun it is to play.

And please tell me the pre-order bonus DLC will be available as a separate purchase after the release.
Post edited February 02, 2018 by Lemon_Curry
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Zoidberg: What decision? The one where they want GOGers' money, opening the preorders, but only allowing them to play the game two full weeks after everyone on Steam? Nice Trump move.

What the fuck?!

This is why GOG shouldn't have gone the route to open their store to such lousy publishers. Take care of what and who you have as an audience instead of prostituting everyone. :/
Oh my....
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tfishell: Two weeks later? Like others have said, acceptable delay; I ain't even mad. That lets the dev and GOG avoid having to keep up with any patching that has to happen during that time.

I am surprised that the game is apparently self-published here, especially since Deep Silver is already a publisher here. Wonder why that is.
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TheGreatDustpan: They are only handling the physical release from what I understand.
I thought it was published by Deep Silver on Steam but I just checked now and no, so you're probably right.
the trailers look gorgeous but show crap all of actual gameplay.... again. whats with that.... anyway, i get a skyrim/witcher vibe, will keep an eye on it for some gameplay previews