Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 PS5 PlayStation

Tom McKay, the actor behind Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2 protagonist, Henry of Skalltz, has been putting in some serious studio time. Due out sometime in 2024 on PS5, developer Warhorse Studios revealed that his lines in the sequel are now locked and loaded, the work of 508 hours of recording time, or three whole weeks, if you prefer.

Revealed last month, the sequel to 2018's Kingdom Come: Deliverance sounds like it could be the big RPG to beat this year, provided Warhorse can stick the landing. On Twitter, the developer announced McKay's impressive effort (thanks, PSU), recorded across 127 sessions. Further, creative director Daniel Vavra added that the anticipated sequel will feature "five hours of stunning cinematic cutscenes". Vavra says that it's the game the team always wanted to make, and with the studio swelling to the size of some 250 staff, it now has the resources and experience to deliver on that original vision.

Are you looking forward to Kingdom Come: Deliverance 2? Did you play the original game, and what do you think of literally weeks' worth of Henry audio to get lost in? Let us know in the comments section below.