Kingdom Come Deliverance Collector’s Edition brings the medieval life back
4 years ago, Warhorse Studios launched a Kickstarter campaign for its open-world role-playing game Kingdom Come Deliverance and more than 35,000 backers pledged £1,106,371 to help bring the game to life. On February 18th 2018 the time has finally come: Fans will be able to get their hands on the long in-development game.
Kingdom Come Deliverance focuses on realistic medieval and historical events rather than on dragons, magicians or other fantasy elements. You play as Henry, the son of a blacksmith who is one of the few survivors of a mercenary raid, ordered by King Sigismund. Without a home, family, or future, you join forces with Lord Radzig Kobyla and help fight for the future of Bohemia.
For those of you who missed the Kickstarter campaign but still want a shiny Collector’s Edition, now is your chance. Despite the Collector’s Edition being different from those physical editions from Kickstarter it has some nice bits and bobs.
Kingdom Come Deliverance Collector’s Edition
The Collector’s Edition of Kingdom Come Deliverance will come with the Special Edition of the game and the below additional exclusive content.
- 30 x 30 cm cloth map of medieval Bohemia from the Kingdom Come Deliverance landscape
- 15 cm (~ 5.9 inch) tall Polyresin Figurine of Henry, painted in silver and with an antique finish
- Soundtrack selection on Audio CD
- 32 page hardcover artbook
pre-orders can be placed on Amazon.co.uk* for £59.99 GBP (PC) / £69.99 GBP (PS4 & Xbox One) with a release date set for February 13th 2018. Currently, the CE is up in Europe – not sure if it will hit US stores.