Kingdom Come: Deliverance launched with jarring issues, numerous bugs, and glitches. Although most of the critics did not mind the texture details and assets pop in, some critics did point it out. As what was analyzed in the Digital Foundry video, the game on the enhanced consoles, the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, still had problems but it performed only a little better than their base counterparts.
Now, the creative director, Daniel Vavra, posted on Twitter the details of the upcoming patch. The update will fix tons of what the current build is encountering like corrupt saves, the lockpick mechanics, and framerate oscillation. In addition, the studio is working on mod support for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. There is still no word about the date of its patch to roll-out, but looking at the screenshot, there are still 4 more issues the studio is still working on.
At meeting about the status of upcoming patch. These arr critical issues only. Much more is already fixed. pic.twitter.com/K4FB3cM5gT
Jarren Naverette from Sirus Gaming gave Kingdom Come Deliverance an “Average” due to the current issues that game has. Navarrete admits that he liked the game but couldn’t give it a higher score due to the technical problems that he encountered during his playthrough.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is already available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.