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Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come's Royal Edition makes it an "150-hours game"

Warhorse Studios' PR manager Tobias Stolz-Zwilling talked to us at E3 about reaching the end of the road for Henry and his journey.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance has closed its doors this year with the end of the DLC content and the release of the Royal Edition, and at E3 we talked with PR manager Tobias Stolz-Zwilling about the content that's landed so far, including the sizeable A Woman's Lot expansion.

"The reception was perfect actually for us," he said. "For the people, I mean, it's the biggest DLC we've released so far, where you can play as a female, as Theresa. You have a long questline where you can play Johanka, she has trouble with the Church because heresy and so on, and reception is really good because I was talking to a colleague earlier today, and we feel like the topics we take on there are way more mature, and the people also appreciate that. People like the jokes in Kingdom Come, but this particular storyline with Theresa and Johanka are way more mature."

The Royal Edition has also been released as well, collecting together all the DLC in one place, and this results in a pretty big package, as Stolz-Zwilling continues:

"The Royal Edition brings to the table what we actually in the first place attempted to bring with Kingdom Come: Deliverance. So it's the base game, all DLCs we've ever released - the free ones, the paid ones - so it's all crammed together in one huge game, and I tend to say it's an 150-hours game or something like that now you have all the DLCs in."

Is the Royal Edition your chance to jump into Kingdom Come: Deliverance?

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