Medieval Delivery Preview (Steam Early Access)

For this Medieval Delivery Preview, we learn that deliveries also existed in medieval times, Medieval Delivery is a third-person simulation and adventure game where you’ll have the task of making deliveries throughout the village according to the requests of its inhabitants, such as meat, flour, bread, and perhaps other things.

Medieval Delivery Preview Pros:

  • Decent graphics.
  • 1.16GB download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Full controller support.
  • Graphics settings – window mode, resolution, motion blur, auto set quality, quality preset, 3D resolution, shadows, anti-aliasing, view distance, textures, effects, reflections, foliage, post-processing, v-sync, and frame rate limit.
  • Colorblind support.
  • Controller settings – Invert axis and sensitivity sliders, deadzone sliders and you can rebind controls.
  • Keyboard settings – Invert the axis and sensitivity sliders for the mouse and you can rebind the buttons.
  • The general loop is you get orders from vendors and then deliver the goods.
  • You can get chased by Bandits, people, and even dogs if the meat is ripe.
  • Earn gold and RP from deliveries.
  • You can buy items and furniture to decorate your house.
  • While at home you can change the time of day.
  • Full day and night cycle with the weather randomly changing.
  • Use people to block the path of pursuers.
  • It is satisfying when you deliver the goods.
  • The compass at the top shows points of interest.
  • When on a job you get a massive icon and a beam of light to help guide you.
  • A full 3D world with full 360-degree camera control.
  • Simple controls.
  • Earn and upgrade your backpack so you can carry more or carry bigger things.
  • Save and load when you want.
  • A map that can be zoomed in and out of and when you move with it up, your marker moves which helps directions and planning routes.
  • Deliveries can be timed.
  • A fantastic-looking world.
  • There are main and optional side missions.
  • Play how you want and do missions in any order.
  • It is a great game to put on and lose a few hours to.

Medieval Delivery Preview Cons:

  • No real tutorial.
  • The camera feels off, like it’s sluggish no matter the sensitivity settings.
  • When it’s dark the game is unplayable.
  • Loads of text as there is no voice work.
  • Broken English in places causing a few confused mission descriptions.
  • The game says it’s paused but it is clearly not as everyone carries on walking around and you still get chased.
  • Next to no guidance for progressing.
  • When creating a save or a new one, you HAVE to use a keyboard for name entry otherwise it won’t work.
  • The music is not great, it’s one tune on a loop.
  • Seeing and finding mission markers is not as smooth as it should be, it’s hard to navigate.
  • The day and night cycle seems short.
  • Timed deliveries are a bit broken as I ran out of time but could still turn in the delivery.
  • The people walking around are clearly used as obstacles but they are just walking in lines and it all looks staged, they should look a little more alive.
  • Had missions bug out and did not work at all.
  • Jumping is very spongey.

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Medieval Delivery:

Official website.

Developer: Mega Game Studios

Publisher: Mega Game Studios

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Steam Early Access

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!