In some not very common language, Warhorse Studios has explained themselves when it comes to their point of view on microtransactions. In a recent tweet by Svyatoslav Torick, Warhorse Studios has enlightened themselves by merely denying the possibility of microtransactions in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
As it looks according to Warhorse Studios, they are not supporting Microtransactions of any kind. Coming with an Open World, any RPG title should not possess any microtransactions, hence will make the game Pay-to-win. Thanks to Warhorse, fans would not have to worry about that in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
You can see the tweet below:
There are no microtransactions in #KingdomComeDeliverance
— Warhorse Studios (@WarhorseStudios) December 10, 2017
Kingdom Come: Deliverance has won the “Best PC Game” of 2017 at this year’s Gamescom. Parrying swords and piercing shields is what everyone would love to experience as Warhorse Studios has put their work into bringing the realism back to video games. In a recent game study, it appears that we’ve found quite a high amount of realism being put in this title. It is expected the game to introduce one of the hardest Sword-Play that has ever existed in video games.
Fans are delighted that it won’t offer any Microtransactions and after Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s performance on Gamescom 2017, we expect the title to fulfill player’s expectations. The game is set to release in February 2018.