Czech interactive computer game ʺKingdom Come: Deliveranceʺ has already notched up encouraging sales within days of its release on the market.
Prague-based Warhorse Studios, which created the game based on a storyline from medieval Bohemia, says pre-sales total around 100,000 with another around 350,000 copies of the game going on general sale.
The game is one of the most expensive and ambitious to have ever been created in the Czech Republic with an eye on the multi-billion dollar world games market. Sales of the game were launched on Tuesday.
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