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A Woman's Lot, the final piece of story DLC for Warhorse Studios' historical RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now live on both Steam and GOG. You can pick it up for $11.99 or your regional equivalent, or as part of the digital Royal Edition that offers a complete Kingdom Come experience (Steam, GOG).
Together with the new DLC, the base game has received a sizable 1.9 update that improves its tutorials, events and mod support, introduces some minor new features, and fixes quite a few bugs.
Here's the official trailer for the DLC:
And a “behind the scenes” video that focuses on the Royal Edition:
Here's what you can expect from the final DLC:
In the fourth DLC for Kingdom Come: Deliverance, you can experience two standalone series of quests.
In "A Woman's Lot", you play as Theresa accompanied by her loyal dog Tinker in a standalone questline. You will experience ordinary life in Skalitz and later witness the fateful events of Sigismund's raid and its aftermath from a wholly different perspective. "A Woman's Lot" provides the last piece of the puzzle in the Skalitz story, as you find out what happened just before Henry is found unconscious.
In "The Madonna of Sasau", Henry has to help Johanka, and old friend from Skalitz who survived the massacre and took refuge in Sasau Monastery, to overcome the terrifying nightmares that have recently plagued her. Henry will need to visit the places revealed in Johanka's visions and find out what’s really behind them. Then he will help her with her new calling. Neither Henry nor Johanka knows what that will demand of them or what end it will ultimately lead to…
- Two New Questlines:
- A Woman's Lot - play as Theresa and explore Skalitz before the attack in a standalone series of quests
- The Madonna of Sasau - major new questline for Henry with multiple endings
- Dog companion for both Henry and Theresa
- New Houndmaster skill
- New items (weapon, shield and potion) and perks to unlock
- New characters and one new historical figure to be met and interacted with