Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a highly anticipated game that was kickstarted successfully, having received 3x more than its original goal of 300,000 Pounds. It was hyped up based on its unique melee combat system, realistic medieval setting, and its touted immersive open world.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance was set to release February 13th for its standard DRM backed release on Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. However, it has also now been announced that we can expect a DRM-Free release not too long after.

GoG (Good Old Games) has announced that a DRM-free version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be out for sale on their website on February 27.

This is an exciting announcement for anyone that dislikes buying games restricted by modern DRM systems, and an action taken by very few game companies, especially those creating a game that is releasing with the sales potential of games like Kingdom Come: Deliverance.