Indie studio Warhorse has been working hard on the impressive RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance, to push it out in time for its summer release on PC. However, according to a report at Eurogamer, the game’s publisher wants to push the PC release back until the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version are also ready for release.

Initially, Warhorse wanted to release the PC version of the game during the summer and then follow up with the console versions of the game, but that might change. “We are still indie developers but we are in negotiations with publishers to, well, we need someone to bring the games into the shops,” says PR Manager Tobias Stolz-Zwiling. “So we need a distributor, and he kind of wants us to sync it with the console versions. We are still in negotiations, we will see.”

Stolz-Zwiling continues to say “Best case for you will be summer this year for the PC version and then with the follow-up for consoles; or if the publisher wants us to sync it we will release everything, let’s say, by the end of the year, so we will see about that.”

Hopefully everything will work out to the company’s satisfaction. The beta for Kingdom Come: Deliverance is still on course to start on March 3.


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