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Visiting Warhorse Studios - The Czech game developer behind Kingdom Come: Deliverance

February 2018 saw the launch of the Czech medieval role-playing game, Kingdom Come: Delivarance. It was the culmination of a 7 year long project that assembled a studio led by some of the most stellar names in Czech video game development. Despite starting its existence as a Kickstarter project and suffering from some curious bugs in the initial days following its launch, the game has managed to find appeal among a fairly wide audience, reaching over a million sold copies just two weeks after being released and getting largely favourable reviews from game critics. Tom McEnchroe popped down to the studio which created the game where he discussed the company’s current situation and plans with its Executive Producer, Martin Klíma. First however, the Warhorse’s PR Manager Tobias Stolz-Zwilling took him on a tour of the company offices, showing how the game is made.

 
 
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