The launch of Kingdom Come Deliverance in the middle of February has certainly been eagerly awaited by medieval game fans. Well, if you are a big fan of medieval games, let’s check out 5 alternative games that are similar to Kingdom Come Deliverance!
- Medieval Game – Mount and Blade: Warband
Mount and Blade is an expansion of the popular RPG by Tale World Entertainment available for game consoles since 2016. Much like Kingdom Come Deliverance, Mount and Blade is based in medieval Europe and takes advantage of a realistic combat system, even from a third-person perspective. ).
Even though it is classified as old school, there is still a game community that is loyal to playing this game. There are also other Mount and Blade spin-offs, such as Napoleonic Wars
- Medieval Game – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt may be more about monsters and magic, but this game has a lot in common with Kingdom Come Deliverance. When compared to Skyrim and Lord of the Rings, the fantasy element in Wild Hunt is less. In fact, it looks like the medieval war is ravaged.
Many of the town and village locations in Wild Hunt are highly detailed in Eastern European architectural designs. The beauty of the grass plains, forests and meandering rivers is almost the same as that of Kingdom Come Deliverance.
- Medieval Game – Chivalry Medieval Warfare
Besides having the same time setting, Chivalry Medieval Warfare is another medieval game that applies a first-person melee combat system. The combat focuses on PvP multiplayer with less precision and strategy elements.
There are many different gameplay modes in this game, including objective-based modes like Capture the Flag and Last Man Standing. However, by far the closest thing to Kingdom Come Deliverance is the 1v1 duel.
There are several different classes that you can master and it is recorded that 1.2 million copies of this game have been sold through the PC, Xbox One, and PS4 platforms, so for those of you who are worried that this game is quiet, don’t worry, there are still many communities that play this game online, you know. !
- Medieval Game – For Honor
This AAA game from Ubisoft feels more like Mount and Blade with much prettier graphics and a much more accessible gameplay. Of course, the sword technique system is not as detailed as Kingdom Come Deliverance. While its fluidity and fast-paced combat style feels a great fit as a competitive game.
Unfortunately, there is no single-player campaign that is automatic nor is there an open world element. If you like duels and like challenges against other players, then this game can be your alternative!
- Medieval Game – Life is Feudal
Kingdom Come Deliverance combines several survival mechanics into an RPG. Well, if you like mechanics like this that are more hardcore, then Life is Feudal is a medieval game for you!
What medieval game is your favorite? Not on this list? Don’t hesitate to let us know via the comments below!