Kingdom Come: Deliverance screenshot of knights in combat

After many teasers, previews, and developer updates, the medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance has now finally arrived for PC and consoles. As expected from pretty much any open-world game these days, the full release has brought with it a whole host of bugs and technical issues, though it doesn't appear to have affected the reviews very much as Kingdom Come: Deliverance currently stands at a 74% approval rate on Steam - pretty impressive for what is essentially a niche RPG.

If you're interested in seeing what Kingdom Come: Deliverance is all about, as well as get a good look at the highly praised visuals, you'll find two of the recent trailers down below. The first video is the launch trailer that will give you a general idea of what to expect, while the second is a developer-guided gameplay video that should clue you in on how the combat and quests work. Have a look:

As with most modern games, I would highly recommend waiting at least a week or two before making your purchase. Right now the performance is not exactly the greatest, even on PCs that should be able to run it comfortably, and there are enough bugs going around to make the whole experience just a little bit too annoying. Combine that with the fact that saving requires you to go to sleep and you've got yourself a game that is in dire need of a couple of patches. Not a bad game, mind you, but one that will need a little bit of extra time before I can comfortably recommend it.

You can learn more about Kingdom Come: Deliverance, or just check out some of the other gameplay videos, by heading over to the official website or Steam.