There are a plethora of multiplayer games with huge worlds you and a few friends can get lost in, but Kingdom Come: Deliverance isn't one to be shared in that way. It's a loosely-linear single-player game. This means, while there is a sweeping tale to be told, there's a lot of freedom afforded to the player in a world that will continue to live on whether you engage in quests or not.
The script in Kingdom Come is twice the size of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, so players will find a great deal to experience. Even off the beaten path, the RPG will keep you on your toes. There are tons of different ways to tackle the different quests as well, so you and friends can discuss the different ways events unfold due to even the smallest change.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance launches February 13, 2018, on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. If you're on PC, check out these specifications to make sure your gaming computer is up to the task. If you're on PC and running an NVIDIA GPU, make sure you get the Game Ready driver specifically for Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a large and complex sandbox with many gameplay systems and areas to explore. Check out our ever expanding Kingdom Come: Deliverance Guide and Walkthrough article for ways to keep you survive this dangerous world.