Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver have announced that the release date for Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be the 13th of February 2018. The player assumes the role of Henry, the son of a blacksmith, whose peaceful life is shattered when during a mercenary raid, ordered by King Sigismund himself, his village is burnt to the ground. Henry is one of the few survivors of this massacre, after which he takes fate upon himself to help fight for the future of Bohemia where he will be dragged into a bloody conflict and a raging civil war. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a story-driven open-world RPG that immerses you in an epic adventure in the Holy Roman Empire. Avenge your parents' death as you battle invading forces, go on game-changing quests, and make influential choices. Explore majestic castles, deep forests, thriving villages and countless other realistic settings in medieval Bohemia! Originally a Kickstarter project, and backed by TiX's own Rich Berry, this new announcement reiterates some of the games features. It boasts of a "massive realistic open world", "historical accuracy" and the studio also states that quests can be solved in a myriad of ways! Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Kickstarter Smashed In Just 48 Hours
If you’ve been reading the news this week, you’ve probably seen mention of Charleena Lyles, a woman who was shot and killed in front of her children by police attending a reported break-in at her house.
The police say the 30-year-old woman was holding a knife, but there has been heavy criticism of the incident from the public. In a bid to settle some of that criticism, the Seattle Police Department have given an official update on the case. This wasn't any normal update, though.
The update was aired on Twitch, via the department’s Fuzzfeed206 channel, in which they talk about their work while playing shooting games such as Destiny.
The clip in question doesn’t feature any shooting, thankfully, but it still feels like a strange place to update the public on serious incident like this, in which someone has died at the hands of the police.