Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition Now Available

June 12, 2019
Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition Now Available

Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver are releasing the Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition for PlayStation 4, the Xbox One family of devices, including the Xbox One X as well as Windows PC. Fans will get the base game in its enhanced version as well as all released DLCs.

Content overview Royal Edition:

•Kingdom Come: Deliverance in its enhanced version
•Treasures of the Past: unlocks unique treasure maps and additional in-game armor for Henry.
•From The Ashes: As the newly appointed bailiff players have to decide which structures to build first, how they want to attract people, and how to settle disputes amongst the citizens. A bailiff's lot is hard for sure, but even he can enjoy some fun after a hard day's work. Taking one of the new horses for a ride, rolling the dice or just visit the local tavern – which he just ordered to be assembled - are just some of the activities that are introduced to the game with From the Ashes.
•The Amorous Adventures of bold Sir Hans Capon: challenges players to help their friend Hans Capon. Hans is in love and he needs Henry's guidance to conquer the heart of beautiful Karolina. However, things turn out to be trickier than expected. A lost family jewel, a magic love potion and the most romantic poem of all promise many hours of new fun moments in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
•Band of Bastards: This add-on lets players accompany a group of mercenaries guarding the roads. Caught in a web of old, well-fertilized hatred between Radzig Kobyla and another noble family they are hired to protect Radzig's realm. Players will join this group of troubling men, led by the notorious Sir Kuno Baron von Rychwald, not only to assist them but also to keep them in line.
•A Woman's Lot: you play as Theresa accompanied by her loyal dog Tinker in a stand-alone quest line. You will experience the ordinary life in Skalitz and later witness fateful events of Sigismund's raid from a completely different perspective. "A Woman's Lot" provides the last puzzle of the Skalitz story, as you find out what happened just before Henry was found unconscious.