Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Collector’s Edition

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Royal Collector's Edition

Deep Silver has announced that it will release a Royal Collector’s Edition of its popular RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance on 25 June 2019.

The publisher said: “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 most critically acclaimed games of 2018, as of 25 of June 2019. The Royal Collector’s Edition includes the base game in its enhanced version as well as all DLC and additional exclusive content.”

According to Deep Silver, the Royal Collector’s Edition of Kingdom Come: Deliverance will include the following as well as the base game and all its downloadable content: “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.”

Plus it will include five slabs of DLC: Treasures of the Past, From The Ashes, The Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon, Band of Bastards and A Woman’s Lot. As we reported, A Woman’s Lot is due to be released on May 28.

Further information on Kingdom Come: Deliverance’s Royal Collector’s Edition can be found on Deep Silver’s website, while general information on the million-selling RPG can be found on its dedicated website.

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