Warhorse Studios was planning on releasing a new patch for Kingdom Come: Deliverance this week, which would have brought the game up to version 1.4.3. However, the developer has now announced that the development of this update has hit a snag, causing them to have to push back its release to next week.
The cause of this delay was the certification process on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with the developer stating that the process has “restarted.” They didn’t say exactly what happened, but it sounds like this patch was denied certification on consoles and has to be reworked for whatever reason. Now the 1.4.3 patch will be releasing for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC next week.
The developer goes on to apologize for the delay, stating that they aim to make the patch as stable as possible before releasing it. They did not provide a new release date for the patch, but more information on that will likely be coming soon.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in February. Despite getting mixed to positive reviews, the game was a financial success and has sold over 1 million copies. The game got its start from a Kickstarter campaign, where it raised over $2 million with the help of over 38,000 backers when all was said and done.