Still on KCD and still loving it. I haven't had much time to play (maybe 5 hrs a week) so my progress is slow. One thing I've come to love about this game is the archery mechanics. Very difficult, no aiming reticle, you kind of have to get good at going by feel. I had one standout point recently where I was trying to defeat four Cuman raiders camped out. After probably 10 failed attempts, I tried this:
Settle in just out of sight of the camp, then fire an arrow into their camp area. A few of them come running out looking around. I immediately hightail it out of there. When I get significantly out of the woods, I stop and turn around and see a couple of them just exiting the woods. They don't see me yet. I wait for the two to separate, then take a shot at one with my bow. Somehow, from close to 100 feet away, I hit him in the shoulder as he's turned to the side of me. He staggers, looks around, still doesn't see me, then starts wandering in the opposite direction. I push my luck and take another shot from the same distance and nail him again. This time he falls. I run over to him and he's dead. I follow the other guy back to the woodline and am able to handle him with my sword. After I take him out, the camp leader hears our commotion and comes running over. One-on-one, it's a tough battle, but I eventually take him out without getting too injured by him. I don't bother looking for the fourth guy because my mission is to take out the leader and I don't want to push my luck. I loot the three, taking the leader's mask as proof and cutting their ears off for the reward.
Those two bow shots were simply epic. It is so hard to aim accurately and consistently in this game that to get two consecutive hits from such a great distance fired me up like I haven't been in a long time during a gaming session. I love this game.