Kingdom Come: Deliverance screenshot of combat between knights

The medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance arrived last month, and as is expected from pretty much any open-world game, it did so alongside a whole host of bugs and performance issues. As such, I am very glad to say that the newly released Update 1.3 has greatly improved performance, fixed over 300 quests, and perhaps most importantly of all, added a Save and Exit feature!

Additionally, the update has also made your save files much more robust, so even if your game crashes while saving they won't get corrupted. On the more interesting front, the lockpicking minigame has been improved so that it's much easier to hold the sweet spot while turning the lock, especially for those of you using the controller. On the other hand, while the lockpicking has been made easier, some of the overpowered early game rewards have been removed. In other words, you're no longer able to pick up some of the very best gear within 5 minutes of starting your playthrough!

There are also a variety of other changes, most of which are too minor to mention, so if you're interested in all of the details you'll find the patch notes over here. If you would like to learn more about Kingdom Come: Deliverance itself, or just follow its development moving forward, you should head on over to Steam. Have fun, and don't forget you can actually save on exit now!