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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is free on Steam this weekend

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Take a trip back to Warhorse Studios' gritty realization of 15th century Europe, and don't pay a dime for the experience until the end of the weekend. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is free to download and play on Steam from now until Sunday, June 21.

If you like what you play, you can also take advantage of a pair of limited-time sales. The standard edition has been dealt a 50% discount at $15, while the Deliverance Collection, which includes the base game and all current DLC, is available for $36, a 65% discount.

When Kingdom Come: Deliverance launched in 2018, it was known as much for its beautiful medieval towns and environments, deliberate pace, and punishing learning curve as its game-breaking bugs. I remember gladly forgiving its quirks for its dedication to historically-accurate architecture, weapons, vegetation, and geopolitical strife from a swath of towns in 15th century Bohemia. Then again, I'm a total sucker for medieval stuff.

For a few other, more well thought-out opinions, check out our Kingdom Come: Deliverance review round-up, which found mostly positive reactions despite complaints about the performance and rampant glitches.

Trust me on this one, you're going to want to bookmark our essential Kingdom Come: Deliverance tips before jumping in.

Jordan Gerblick

As GamesRadar's Arizona-based Staff Writer, I'm responsible for managing the site's western regional executive branch, AKA my apartment, and writing about whatever horror game I'm too afraid to finish. Probably drinking green tea.