Kingdom Come: Deliverance launched on February 13 with various bugs that the developers at Warhorse Studios have been mending through various patches. During the weekend, they announced plans to patch the game’s controversial save system by adding a new “save and exit” feature, alongside various smaller upcoming additions.
Currently, the only manner to save your game in Kingdom Come: Deliverance is to either find a bed in the world, or drinking one of the limited saviour schnapps. The drinks in particular were not usually viable options given the fact that they were expensive to purchase from vendors, and also got players inebriated, which does not go well with a combat-heavy gameplay. Players would have to wait for their character to come off of their drunkenness before moving forward with the playthrough, which was not always convenient. After fans voiced their discontent with this feature, Warhorse quickly responded with their solution.
In an upcoming patch, Warhorse will be implementing the “save and exit” feature, which players can utilize to save their progress when exiting the game. This patch does not have a release date yet, but will also include enhancements to lock-picking and pick-pocketing mechanics within the minigames. The team has also ensured that their new upcoming patches will be taking controller support into account for those playing on PC, maintaining that it will be just as viable as using keyboard and mouse. Magic potions will also be added so players may respec their characters and rebuild their skillset.
Warhorse implores players to check their announcements for updates on the upcoming patches, and warns that updates for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One may release at different times than PC.