Co-founder of Warhorse Studios and creative director on Kingdom Come Deliverance, Daniel Vávra, has reacted to criticism about the ‘delay’ of Kingdom Come Deliverance patch 1.3.
It seemed that update 1.3 would first be deployed last week, but the studio’s official twitter account later tweeted that the patch would be deployed this week. On twitter, some fans have expressed to be quite disappointed for the lack of communication and the amount of bugs present in the current game, and the game’s creative director replied to that criticism by saying that fixing complicated issues across 3 platforms isn’t done within a few hours or days.
“We are working on a patch as fast as we can”, Vávra replied. “It takes few days to fix such a massive game and push it through console certification.”
In a follow-up tweet the creative director lashed out to those thinking that he has had too much free time.
“Guys, we are working on it”, he said. “But you cant expect anyone to fix some very complicated issues within hours/days. And BTW this was my second free weekend I had since November if anybody is offended that I had too much free time...”
“Nothing is done? We are working quite hard to fix it", Warhorse's co-founder added. "But fixing very complex game on 3 platforms simply is not a question of one day.”
We’re pretty sure that Warhorse Studios is doing everything they can to deploy patch 1.3, and as always, we’ll keep you updated.
Kingdom Come Deliverance is available now for PC, PlayStation and Xbox One.