Today, Warhorse Studios released a DLC roadmap for some new content that will be released over the course of the next year for the medieval role-playing game (RPG) Kingdom Come: Deliverance. The title is currently available for Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4.
Starting this summer with the release of "From the Ashes", the team will be developing four larger story add-ons, a "Hardcore Mode", a "Tournaments Mode", and mod support. You can see the complete list of content below. It's unclear how much these downloads will cost because only some are marked "Free".
A lot of plot points were left unresolved in Kingdom Come: Deliverance so here's hoping that these DLC packs change that.
Set in 1403, you play as Henry, a humble blacksmith's son, who winds up in not-so-humble circumstances. The game starts off in a fairly benign way, where you resolve village disputes, learn your father's craft, and play real dice games from the time period. The opening is quite deceptive because Henry's simple life is disrupted in a severe way and the adventure begins from there. You will eventually find yourself taking part in large-scale battles, and helping solve a political crisis that threatens all of Bohemia.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is currently available for $59.99 at various retailers like Amazon and Microsoft.
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