PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players of Kingdom Come: Deliverance will have to wait about two weeks longer than expected to experience Warhorse Studios’s latest expansion.
While PC players will still be able to play the Royal Edition of Kingdom Come: Deliverance and its upcoming DLC, ‘A Woman’s Lot’, on May 28, console owners must wait until June 11. Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver cite this delay as necessary to provide a high-quality experience to players.
‘A Woman’s Lot’ comes highly anticipated as the last major content update to Kingdom Come: Deliverance. In the DLC, players take on the role of Theresa, accompanied by her loyal dog Tinker, in a standalone line of quests. This expansion provides the final portion of the Skalitz story, allowing players to discover what occurred just before Henry was found unconscious.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Edition will offer a full-game experience, bundling the base game together with ‘Treasures of the Past’, ‘From the Ashes’, ‘The Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon‘, ‘Band of Bastards’, and the latest DLC.
Although no official press releases have revealed prices, Play-Asia.com has the Royal Edition up for preorder at USD$39.99 and every other expansion has been released at USD$7.99.
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