Though it strives for realism over gameplay, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is made from code and bits identical to every other recreation, and one of many largest points we had with it on launch was how buggy it was. Hopefully, a the brand new 1.three.1 patch, which is out there now on consoles and PC, will make it lots much less buggy.
The patch makes a variety of substantial modifications, essentially the most notable of which is the promised change of the save system. Now gamers can select to "Save and Exit" at any time, letting them mark their progress wherever they’re as a substitute of getting to discover a mattress or drink an costly magic potion to avoid wasting. Saves received't get corrupted if the sport crashes whereas saving, both. Lastly on the save entrance, the PC model now helps Steam Cloud, letting gamers take their save throughout a number of PCs.
There are additionally a variety of efficiency, visible, and gameplay modifications, all of which intention to alleviate the stress of residing in medevial Bohemia. To see precisely what's modified, take a look at the full patch notes.