Warhorse Studios introduced three Kingdom Come Deliverance people who are very important in the creative process of the game. The three that are chosen to be featured this week is the Scripter, the Senior Programmer, and the PR Manager.
Each one of these people play a special role in the game and you can know a little bit more about them below.
The Scripter’s work is to make sure that all the parts of the game are connected to each other correctly working with each other in the game. “As a scripter, my job is to connect all the content produced by other departments (animations, models, functions, design, etc.) and ensure that it will fit together firmly in the final game the way it’s meant to.”
A few things more that you may want to know about him is that he was born in the Czech Republic and worked in Warhorse Studios in 2014 right after the opening of the game’s Kickstarter campaign.
Mike describes his position as a programmer as, “I’ve always believed that being a programmer is a diagnosis. My job is a manifestation of my character, not vice-versa.” He then goes ahead and teases “was that too deep for your taste?” Right now what he is working on is “bug fixing and optimization”. He hails from Bratislava and was raised in Prague. He also has a message to the fans of the game, “Thanks for staying with us for so long. The less you ride the hype-train the more you’ll be satisfied!”
As a PR Manager, his job is all about communications. He was at the recently concluded E3 to present the Kingdom Come Deliverance game. He said that “People tend to believe that I am going for a fun trip whenever I am attending a convention. However, in reality, it’s tons of hard work…” Tobi also mentioned that part of his job is “strategical planning of our entire communication including media relations” and press speaking as mentioned earlier, it is all about communications.
He came from Offenbach am Main and is known as the “German intruder” of the Warhorse Studio.
So there you have it, three important people behind the game Kingdom Come Deliverance. The game officially launches on 13 February 2018 and can be played on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Pre-order the game and you will get Kingdom Come Deliverance Treasures of the Past.
An Open World Gameplay is available for Kingdom Come Deliverance and it is about 16 minutes long!