Yes, Your Grace

Yes, Your Grace is an upcoming kingdom management simulator combining Slavic mythology and a kingdom in crisis to create quirky stories.

Akin to Reigns, Yes, Your Grace will feature systems where the player will help their followers with their needs whilst managing the kingdom’s resources. However, players will need to be cautious, as not every citizen asking the king for something will have good intentions, and others will be characters with a running story.

According to the Yes, Your Grace Steam page, “In this kingdom management RPG, petitioners will arrive in the throne room each turn to ask for your advice and assistance. Decide whether to help them with their problems or to conserve resources for more important matters. Remember: supplies are limited, and not everyone has the kingdom’s best interests at heart.”

Additionally, players will not only take on the role of the king but also be a father and husband to the royal family, helping them through their personal life and royal duties.

Running a kingdom involves waging war on enemies, meaning the player will need to gather troops, such as witches and hunters. Players will use diplomacy in Yes, Your Grace to survive, but the give-and-take will put the player in some less-than-ideal situations with hard choices.

Anyone interested in Yes, Your Grace can sign up for the upcoming beta via the game’s official Discord server.

No More Robots will be publishing Yes, Your Grace in 2020 for PC, and the publisher is also planning to bring the title to consoles in the future.

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Chris Hepburn
Chris is a born and raised Canadian, Eh. He has a passion for game design and the community behind games, what they can teach and the subtle points games can make. He is a college graduate of Game Development with a specialization in Animation. Always looking to learn something new with passions in all things nerdy and human nature.

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