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Kingdom Come: Deliverance developer Warhorse Studios has announced a pair of new updates for its troubled medieval RPG, which launched last week with more than a few teething problems.
In addition, it’s also taken the time to explain the game’s update history so far, which has been a bit of a mess truth be told. To clarify, Warhorse noted that the number attributed to each update is determined by the format holder, and as such may vary for different regions.
For the record, the game started out at version 1.0 and was quickly beefed to 1.1 following the huge day one patch (the one which basically doubled the size of the game). Version 1.2 was released on Steam and PS4 but has yet to pass certification on Xbox One, though it will do so shortly.
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Coming up will be two new updates, namely Hotfix 1.2.5 and update 1.3. The former addresses the R2 button issue for PS4 gamers as well as a ironing out a couple of quest bugs. Finally, the latter will improve the lockpicking and pickpocketing features, as well as adding a Save & Exit function and quest bug fixes.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is out now for PS4, PC, and Xbox One.