Non-fantasy medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been pushed back until 2017.

Developer Warhorse Studios confirmed the delay in a statement to WCCF Tech.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance was originally scheduled for late 2015, then delayed to this summer. Warhorse said earlier this year that the PC version may get pushed back even further due to a publishing agreement stating that the PS4 and Xbox One versions needed a simultaneous release with its PC counterpart.

At the time Warhorse was still estimating a 2016 launch, but that no longer seems to be the case.

You can watch over a half-hour of the beta in action below as technical director Martin Ziegler and PR manager Tobias Stolz walk us through it:

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