The world knows that watered down games on the PC piss me off, so it should come as no surprise that I'm triggered by the news that Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been watered down since its first tease in BETA form in 2016.
When Kingdom Come: Deliverance was first shown off in beta form it looked amazing, and now Shazoo member 'design3d' has pointed to some specific images of the game in its beta state, and the launch version of the game. He said that the screenshots have been taken in the same places, with the same weather, with both versions of the game cranked to Ultra High visual settings.
Lighting and detail has been affected badly between the beta and full version, as you can see that in beta form, Kingdom Come: Deliverance looked better TWO FULL YEARS ago. Vegetation density has also been reduced, but the most detail you can see between the screenshots is definitely in the lighting.
Even with the downgrades, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is one of the best-looking games out right now. Have you purchased it?
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