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Kingdom Come: Deliverance Gets New Royal Edition

Warhorse Studios has announced that Kingdom Come: Deliverance is getting a brand new Royal Edition, which will be releasing on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on May 28th.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition will come packaged with the full game along with all of the game’s DLC that has been released over the past year, including the Treasures of the Past, From the Ashes, The Amorous Adventures of bold Sir Hans Capon and the most recent piece of DLC, Band of Bastards.

Warhorse Studios will also be releasing one final piece of DLC in the coming months, A Women’s Lot, and although there is no release date yet for it, this will be included in the Royal Edition when it does release.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance launched on February 14th, 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and was well received by most gamers, with the game being praised for its attention to detail and focus on realism, along with beautiful environments. Although the game was quite buggy at launch, a number of issues have since been patched, but it’s still a little rough around the edges.

If you’ve yet to play Kingdom Come: Deliverance and are considering giving it a purchase, the game is also on sale right now. You can grab the game for 50% off on Steam, with all subsequent DLC also being sold at a discounted price if you can’t wait until May 28th, that is.

You can find out what we thought of the game by checking out our review of Kingdom Come: Deliverance here.

 

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