Kingdom Come reaches funding goal, stretch goals revealed

$700,000 will get the game a new playable female character.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come: Deliverance reached its £300,000 Kickstarter campaign goal yesterday.

The company announced its first set of stretch goals today, starting at £400,000 with live in-game medieval music recorded by local Czech music masters, note for note, from ancient song books.

$500,000 will get the game a symphonic orchestra for the game’s cutscenes. $600,000 will bring in a new playable female character who saves the lead character in the beginning of the game. And $700,000 will allow the team utilize motion capture.

There are $800,000 and $1 million goals, as well, but they’ve yet to be announced.

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