No price has been confirmed, but it’s out on May 28th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
First person RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance had a rather interesting launch last year. Highly anticipated yet riddled with bugs at launch, Warhorse Studios’ title nonetheless developed a kind of cult following. For everyone else that didn’t hop aboard at launch, publisher Deep Silver has announced Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition.
It’s out on May 28th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, and though pricing hasn’t been revealed, there’s quite a lot included. Along with the base game, you get add-ons like Treasures of the Past, From the Ashes, The Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon, and Band of Bastards. A Woman’s Lot isn’t out yet, but has been included with the package. It’s currently slated to release later this year.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance had sold one million copies less than two weeks after launch, which was pretty good at the time. THQ Nordic would go on to acquire Warhorse Studios, and it was reported that two million copies had been sold at that point. We’ll see if the Royal Edition can further spur sales in the coming months.