Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Royal Edition (PS4/Xbox One) £24.97 Delivered @ Currys
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Royal Edition (PS4/Xbox One) £24.97 Delivered @ Currys

£24.97£27.9511%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 25th Jul
Good price for the game and all the DLCs. Amazon has matched the PS4 version so far.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Royal Edition contains the following:

  • Kingdom Come: Deliverance: Full Game.
  • Treasures of the Past: The Treasures of the Past unlocks unique treasure maps and additional in-game armour for Henry.
  • From The Ashes: As the newly appointed bailiff players have to decide which structures to build first, how they want to attract people and how to settle disputes amongst the citizens. A bailiff’s lot is hard for sure, but even he can enjoy some fun after a hard day’s work. Taking one of the new horses for a ride, rolling the dice or just visit the local tavern – which he just ordered to be assembled - are just some of the activities that are introduced to the game with From the Ashes.
  • The Amorous Adventures of bold Sir Hans Capon: Amorous Adventures challenges players to help their friend Hans Capon. Hans is in love and he needs Henry’s guidance to conquer the heart of beautiful Karolina. However, things turn out to be trickier than expected. A lost family jewel, a magic love potion and the most romantic poem of all promise many hours of new fun moments in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
  • Band of Bastards: This add-on lets players accompany a group of mercenaries guarding the roads. Caught in a web of old, well fertilized hatred between Radzig Kobyla and another noble family they are hired to protect Radzig’s realm. Players will join this group of troubling men, led by the notorious Sir Kuno Baron von Rychwald, not only to assist them, but also to keep them in line.
  • A Woman’s Lot: Details on the fourth and upcoming DLC which will feature Henry’s close friend Theresa will be revealed at a later point.*

*A Woman’s Lot: Code supplied in box. Download required.


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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a story-driven open-world RPG that immerses you in an epic adventure in the Holy Roman Empire. Avenge your parents' death as you battle invading forces, go on game-changing quests and make influential choices.

Explore majestic castles, deep forests, thriving villages and countless other realistic settings in medieval Bohemia!

Key Features

  • Massive realistic open world: Majestic castles, vast fields, all rendered in stunning high-end graphics.
  • Non-linear story: Solve quests in multiple ways, then face the consequences of your decisions.
  • Challenging combat: Distance, stealth, or melee. Choose your weapons and execute dozens of unique combos in battles that are as thrilling as they are merciless.
  • Character development: Choose your equipment, improve your skills and earn new perks
  • Dynamic world: Your actions influence the reactions of the people around you. Fight, steal, seduce, threaten, persuade, or bribe. It’s all up to you!
  • Historical accuracy: Meet real historical characters and experience the genuine look and feel of medieval Bohemia.
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Decent price considering all DLC included
I played this and, whilst I really liked the story, I thought it was far too complex.
Overall. the game reminded me of Oblivion but unfortunately had 10x as many gameplay mechanics to think about, which detracted from the story and made it (almost) stressful to play
I'd liked to have stuck with it, just for the story, but I couldn't put in the time required to get the most out of it.
I may find a youtube walkthrough at some point to see what I didn't get to, before quitting.
Heat. This is a good find, for anyone who likes a challenge
b3nwhy25/07/2019 12:53

Decent price considering all DLC includedI played this and, whilst I …Decent price considering all DLC includedI played this and, whilst I really liked the story, I thought it was far too complex.Overall. the game reminded me of Oblivion but unfortunately had 10x as many gameplay mechanics to think about, which detracted from the story and made it (almost) stressful to playI'd liked to have stuck with it, just for the story, but I couldn't put in the time required to get the most out of it.I may find a youtube walkthrough at some point to see what I didn't get to, before quitting.Heat. This is a good find, for anyone who likes a challenge


It really is a game you have to devote time to to level up. I reckon itd be impossible to brute force the story as some of the enemies are practically untouchable when you're low level.
Having said that, I think it's an amazing game
would rather play this on PC but its a good deal
Great game if you’re a fan of spending 70 hours watching paint dry
The game's a lot of fun if you're willing to dedicate the time to it. I'm convinced the majority of hate it gets are second hand opinions or from those who never made it past the prologue.
Ca325/07/2019 17:00

The game's a lot of fun if you're willing to dedicate the time to it. I'm …The game's a lot of fun if you're willing to dedicate the time to it. I'm convinced the majority of hate it gets are second hand opinions or from those who never made it past the prologue.


I like it and passed the prologue, just didnt have the time for it, will return to it one day.
Played this game from start to finish and loved it. I need to move on to the DLC now.
As others have said, you need to devote time to training with the various weapons, fights are not fun without leveling up each weapon proficiency and defence etc.
Bernard is the man!
Ca325/07/2019 17:00

The game's a lot of fun if you're willing to dedicate the time to it. I'm …The game's a lot of fun if you're willing to dedicate the time to it. I'm convinced the majority of hate it gets are second hand opinions or from those who never made it past the prologue.


Pretty terrible game design then isn’t it if the game is so mind numbingly boring that most people tap out before the prologue finishes.

A massive failure in fact, for something that is meant to be entertainment. Perhaps they should have named it “Medieval peasant simulator 1349” or “Skyrim without any of the interesting stuff”.

The voice acting and writing are terrible. It’s 70 hours of fetch quests in a bland vast open world with clunky combat. It’s just a terrible game. My advice for people considering this, play the Witcher 3. If you’ve already played it and are hungry for more medieval open world RPG action, play the Witcher 3 again and really appreciate a masterpiece of writing, a very fun game with a rich, immersing world.
Edited by: "Mark_Brazier" 25th Jul
Brought the pc version of this the other week for £18 and I am about 8 hours in so far and liking it although I don't think combat is it's strongest point.
Mark_Brazier25/07/2019 18:58

Pretty terrible game design then isn’t it if the game is so mind numbingly …Pretty terrible game design then isn’t it if the game is so mind numbingly boring that most people tap out before the prologue finishes. A massive failure in fact, for something that is meant to be entertainment. Perhaps they should have named it “Medieval peasant simulator 1349” or “Skyrim without any of the interesting stuff”.The voice acting and writing are terrible. It’s 70 hours of fetch quests in a bland vast open world with clunky combat. It’s just a terrible game. My advice for people considering this, play the Witcher 3. If you’ve already played it and are hungry for more medieval open world RPG action, play the Witcher 3 again and really appreciate a masterpiece of writing, a very fun game with a rich, immersing world.


Each to their own, but just because it isn't instantly gratifying, doesn't make it poorly designed.

The combat is supposed to be difficult at first. You try swinging a sword about for the first time and see how well you do.

I disagree that it's 70 hours of fetch quests. Did you play it through? I do agree the voice acting isn't great, but hey that tends to reflect in budgets. I thought the story was great personally.

Yeah TW3 is one of my favourite if not my most favourite game. However, comparing the two is just stupid.

One's fantasy, the third in a series, had a huge budget and it's created by a highly regarded AAA dev.

The other is a crowdfunded game, made by a new studio and is set in factual medieval Bohemia.

But if you wanna say "1/10, not 'nuff dragons, why's it not Skyrim?" You do you, pal.
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