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Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Collector’s Edition Announced

Publisher Deep Silver and developer Warhorse Studios announce the Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Collector's Edition, an upcoming bundle of the medieval RPG and all its DLC as well as some physical rewards, a bundle targeted at those with a great love for the game who paradoxically do not own it yet. This is expected for release on June 25th, and here's word on what it will include, and no, there is no corresponding footnote for that asterisk:

Celebrating the million-selling medieval roleplaying Game Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver proudly announce the Royal Collector’s Edition for PlayStation®4, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X as well as Windows PC. Fans will get the complete experience of what has been one of the critically most acclaimed games of the year 2018 as of 25 of June 2019. The Royal Collector’s Edition includes the base game in its enhanced version as well as all DLCs and additional exclusive content.

Content overview Royal Collector’s Edition:

  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition*
  • Double-Sided Poster featuring “A Woman’s Lot”-Artwork and world map
  • 15cm tall Polyresin Figurine of Theresa, painted in silver and with an antique finish
  • Selection of the official Kingdom Come: Deliverance soundtrack on Audio-CD
  • Deliverance - Making of Kingdom Come and Fechtbuch: The Real Swordfighting behind Kingdom Come on Blu-Ray
  • Decorative Metal-Pin with Kingdom Come: Deliverance Logo

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition includes all DLCs:

- Treasures of the Past
The Treasures of the Past unlocks unique treasure maps and additional ingame armour 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
Amorous Adventures 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
In "A Woman's Lot" you play as Theresa accompanied by her loyal dog Tinker in a standalone questline. 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.

6. Re: Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Collector’s Edition Announced May 21, 2019, 14:01 Xero
Muscular Beaver wrote on May 21, 2019, 13:09:
Xero wrote on May 21, 2019, 12:08:
Muscular Beaver wrote on May 21, 2019, 08:13:
wtf_man wrote on May 20, 2019, 19:27:
Heh... I still haven't gotten my kickstarter backer version yet.

Just been too lazy with a a large backlog of games to figure out how to redeem for it.

Youre missing out a lot. One of the best games Ive ever played.

That's quite a statement! That would put this in the same level of Witcher 3. From the reviews thus far, they seem mixed.

What makes it so good? I've been on the fence for a while about picking it up.
The world, the authenticity, the combat, the characters, the quests. I still miss it after completing it. They atmosphere in that game is just so god damn good, much better than Witcher 3, because it actually feels real, like it actually could have happened (it might actually, I didnt check, but all the other things I checked are real, like the villages, some of the people, etc). But as the ending hints, there will be another one.

Okay, I'll probably throw it back on my wishlist. It was on there for some time but after a lot of mixed/negative reviews mostly attributed to bugs, I dropped it. I also didn't like the asking price for it's initial release. I suppose if they do give it a hefty price drop, I'll jump back on it.
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