Kingdom Come: Deliverance Gets 1.2 Patch on Xbox One

Rodiano Bonacci
Febbraio 23, 2018

As said, Warhorse has also released a hotfix patch for Kingdom Come: Deliverance that fixes some issues and is now working on a brand new patch.

This is particularly impressive since Kingdom Come: Deliverance has managed to be the second best-selling title on Steam globally since its launch. Furthermore, the team released a new hotfix patch for it.

According to Steamspy's data, 45% of the game's sales are coming from the PC/Steam version (though this number may be higher as Steamspy's data is around 3-4 days behind the real sales).

As reported by Forbes, Warhorse Studios have a series of patches in the pipeline for home consoles and PC to address some of the more pressing issues that reviewers and gamers complained about when it comes to the technical performance of the game, such as the UI, some of the clipping issues, and a few fixes for some of the bugged quests sprinkled throughout the rather massive open-world RPG. The workaround, it turns out, is to roll back the game's files to version 1.2.2, accept the quest, then re-update the game back to the somewhat buggy 1.2.5 version.

Where most other medieval RPGs populate their worlds with magic and dragons, Kingdom Come eschews all of the fantasy trappings typically associated with the genre for a story that's firmly rooted in history.

"This error prevented the quest, "Ginger in a Pickle" to start or to keep executing its internal logic properly", the studio continued, noting that they had to revert the game back to version 1.2.2 for a time to let players continue past the mission.

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