Kingdom Come: Deliverance Is Scheduled for Nintendo Switch Release

And We’ll Never Be Royals

It appears that Warhorse Studio’s 2018 game Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be coming to Nintendo Switch. Nintendo’s Japanese site has the game scheduled for a February release date. Like many Nintendo Switch ports, this version will be an ultimate/definitive/GOTY or in this case Royal Edition. Though there has not been an official announcement, we are due for a Nintendo Direct in a little while, which may have been intended for a reveal. Well, surprise! Being an official Nintendo website that displays this information, we have on good authority that Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Royal Edition will be coming to Nintendo Switch in mid-February.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s original release was followed by four different story DLC packs, one of which was provided for free to Kickstarter contributors. There were also some behind the scenes videos and other content made available for free. The Royal Edition was released for PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2019 and it looks like this is what Nintendo Switch owners will be getting as well, though there is no word on any Nintendo Switch-exclusive bonuses. The mention of this game is seen along with all the other scheduled titles that Nintendo has coming up.

While Kingdom Come: Deliverance was initially met with positive reviews, there was an issue of technical bugs at launch. Hopefully, the Nintendo Switch release learns from the original release. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and is apparently scheduled for a February 18th release for Nintendo Switch.

Will you be getting Kingdom Come: Deliverance on Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments below.