Kingdom Come: Deliverance gets its first DLC – From the Ashes

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance

The brutal medieval RPG sim gets its first DLC content pack, out now

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a brutally realistic medieval RPG that came out early in 2018, and now Warhorse Studios have dropped the first major DLC addition to the game. From the Ashes will have players participate in building a new village settlement, getting appointed as bailiff to oversee the creation of a community.

From the Ashes will feature complete control over structure creation and allocating resources, with players able to choose which buildings to invest into and upgrades to complete. “Each building is unique and comes with its own upgrades,” states the developer, and will require certain resource and labour attributes. They will also grant opportunities, however, giving players more options for items, as well as their own well-furnished retreat.

The DLC will provide a nice break from the tense action of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, although don’t expect it to be an easy one. Warhorse Studios say players will have to make tough choices in which buildings to construct, as well as settle disputes between angry citizens. The way the village shapes will be entirely dependant on the player, as structures are gated behind labour and resource requirements, although created structures will generate income to continue creating.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – From the Ashes is out now, available on Steam.

Check out the trailer below:

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