Warhorse Studios has released a content roadmap for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. In an image posted earlier today on Twitter, the studio behind the 13th-century Bohemian adventure announced a suite of updates, documentary features, and four DLC releases stretching into 2019.
The announcement comes with a statement reading “your journey is not yet over! Rebuild what was destroyed, equip your Cupid’s arrow and aid a friend in ‘delicate’ matters, stand your ground on the battlefield, and see things from a whole new perspective.”
Each part of that statement ties in with another DLC: From the Ashes will release this summer, followed later this year by The Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon, and Band of Bastards. In January or February 2019, the fourth and final DLC, A Woman’s Lot, will be released, although presumably won’t be told from the perspective of the original game’s protagonist, Henry. It’s not clear yet, in fact, whether Henry will feature in any of the releases.
While you wait for the Kingdom Come: Deliverance DLC, here are some more upcoming PC games.
As well as the DLC releases, Warhorse will release a Hardcore mode for free alongside From the Ashes (so now might be a good time to check out our Kingdom Come: Deliverance combat guide and Kingdom Come: Deliverance build guide). There’ll also be a tournament mode, and official modding support will be added at some point in the future as well.
On top of that, there’ll be two films - The Making of Kingdom Come and Combat Academy - release this year. The former is pretty obviously a documentary, but the latter could be a cinematic, which might make for a fun bit of worldbuilding. In our Kingdom Come: Deliverance review, we found an unforgiving but rich RPG where the smallest decision can shape your entire story.