Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come's A Woman's Lot DLC will be released May 28

A Royal Edition has also been announced for physical release, containing all DLC released so far for Warhorse Studio's game.

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The next major expansion for Kingdom Come: Deliverance will launch May 28 - called A Woman's Lot - bringing a new piece of story-driven content for the open-world RPG. The DLC will be the second major expansion to release for the game in 2019, with Band of Bastards releasing in February. The console version of the DLC, however, will land on June 11.

A Woman's Lot will be the fourth story-driven add-on to come to the game, and will feature a standalone story following Theresa and her loyal dog. This story will link back to the core game, showing players what happened to main protagonist Henry before he was found unconscious.

A Royal Edition of the game will launch on June 11 as well, which acts as a complete edition. This release will include all previous free and paid content, including the four main add-ons (From The Ashes, The Amorous Adventures of bold Sir Hands Capon, Band of Bastards, and A Woman's lot) and the Treasures of the Past pack, which contains unique treasure maps and additional armour options for Henry.

We don't have a price for either A Woman's Lot or the Royal Edition, but considering all the other DLC packs cost £6.49 ($7.99 USD, €7.99), it'd be safe to assume it will be the same price.

We actually got to talk to the voice of Theresa, Victoria Hogan, earlier this year about what this DLC holds, and she said we'll get to see the character "a bit more independent".

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance

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